Business Immigration

Whether you are interested in starting a business, expanding your business, working for someone else’s business, touring the U.S. as a musician or artist, or studying, Cataliotti Law P.C. can help you, just as it has countless others. We speak business immigration and, in particular, are fluent in the following non-immigrant and immigrant visa (“green card”) classifications:

Non-immigrant Visas
O – Individuals of Extraordinary Ability in the Arts, Sports, Sciences, Business, Academia, and the like;
P – Internationally Recognized Athlete / Member of an Entertainment Group; and
E – Treaty Investor / Trader;
H – Specialty-skill Workers / Models;
H-2B – Temporary Non-Agricultural Workers;
L – Intra-company Transfer of an Executive or Manager / Specialized Individual; and
TN – Workers from Canada or Mexico.

Immigrant Visas (“Green cards”)
EB-1 – Individuals with Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professors/Researchers,
Multinational Managers or Executives;
EB-2 – Individuals with Advanced Degrees / Exceptional Ability / National Interest
Waiver (NIW); and
EB-3 – Skilled Workers / Professionals / Unskilled Workers.

From start to finish, we at Cataliotti Law P.C. stand with our clients when they need us to help communicate with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (“USCIS”), the U.S. Department of Labor (the “DOL”), the applicable U.S. Embassy or Consulate abroad, and/or U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”), to make sure that our clients are not left alone at any point in the process and ensure that any issues are remedied in a quick and congenial manner.

We understand and appreciate that immigration can be stressful due to the uncertainty involved and therefore, we aim to minimize that stress as much as possible.

We believe that it is part of our job to shoulder the burden of anxiety throughout the process, in order for our clients to be able to step back and breathe at least a little bit easier.

Do you require entry to the US in 60 days or less? (required)

Business Immigration

Whether you are interested in starting a business, expanding your business, working for someone else’s business, touring the U.S. as a musician or artist, or studying, Cataliotti Law P.C. can help you, just as it has countless others. We speak business immigration and, in particular, are fluent in the following non-immigrant and immigrant visa (“green card”) classifications:

Non-immigrant Visas
O – Individuals of Extraordinary Ability in the Arts, Sports, Sciences, Business, Academia, and the like;
P – Internationally Recognized Athlete / Member of an Entertainment Group; and
E – Treaty Investor / Trader;
H – Specialty-skill Workers / Models;
H-2B: Temporary Non-Agricultural Workers;
L – Intra-company Transfer of an Executive or Manager / Specialized Individual; and
TN – Workers from Canada or Mexico.

Immigrant Visas (“Green cards”)
EB-1 – Individuals with Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professors/Researchers,
Multinational Managers or Executives;
EB-2 – Individuals with Advanced Degrees / Exceptional Ability / National Interest
Waiver (NIW); and
EB-3 – Skilled Workers / Professionals / Unskilled Workers.

From start to finish, we at Cataliotti Law P.C. stand with our clients when they need us to help communicate with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (“USCIS”), the U.S. Department of Labor (the “DOL”), the applicable U.S. Embassy or Consulate abroad, and/or U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”), to make sure that our clients are not left alone at any point in the process and ensure that any issues are remedied in a quick and congenial manner.

We understand and appreciate that immigration can be stressful due to the uncertainty involved and therefore, we aim to minimize that stress as much as possible.

We believe that it is part of our job to shoulder the burden of anxiety throughout the process, in order for our clients to be able to step back and breathe at least a little bit easier.

Do you require entry to the US in 60 days or less? (required)