Get Help Obtaining H-1B Visas-Deadline to File Is April 1st 2017

At the Law Offices of Sweta Khandelwal, we help individuals in obtaining H-1B Visas, the only work visa available for US companies to hire foreign nationals. H-1B visas are available for positions that require at least a Bachelor’s Degree in a specific field, and are also referred to as Specialty Occupation visas. Examples of Specialty Occupations would be Engineers, Doctors, Lawyers, Scientists, etc. Our H-1B Visa attorney, in conjunction with the U.S employer, can help structure an immigration strategy, that will use H-1B and H-1B1 temporary work visas as part of an ongoing process that may eventually lead to permanent legal residency for foreign nationals.
Immigration lawyer, Sweta Khandelwal, also helps companies involved in technology, finance, marketing, architecture, medical care, engineering, and other areas recruit and hire individuals outside of the United States. Our tightly focused immigration practice allows our immigration lawyer to remain up-to-date and knowledgeable of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) guidelines and requirements.

The deadline to apply for an H-1B visa for this year is April 1st 2017. This is the time for US employers to identify the H-1B candidates and to start working on the paperwork.

This interested in obtaining an H-1B Visa may have the goal of employment-based residency or becoming a U.S. citizen. Our immigration lawyer will help you by crafting a comprehensive strategy toward reaching your goal. We also assist employees obtain family-based visas for their spouses and children. Call the
Law Offices of Sweta Khandelwal at 408-916-1125 or
contact us online.

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Sweta Khandelwal

Sweta completed her Masters in Law from the University of California, Los Angeles and her JD from the Faculty of Law, Delhi University in India and has been practicing law for 15+ years getting visas, green cards, and citizenship for 1000+ clients, 100+ companies across 50+ nationalities.

Sweta has been recognized as a ” Super Lawyer, Rising Star,” and as amongst the ” Top 40 under 40″ immigration attorneys in California (American Society of Legal Advocates). She is also the recipient of the Advocacy Award by the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Sweta is also a chartered accountant — the equivalent of a CPA. This makes her uniquely positioned to understand the immigration needs of her business clients in the broader context of their corporate objectives.

Sweta is actively involved with immigration issues and immigrant communities in various capacities. She has assumed key roles at the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), both at the local and national level. She has been a past chair at the Santa Clara Valley Chapter at AILA and has also been involved in various practice area committees at AILA National. Sweta has addressed multiple conferences/forums in the United States and worldwide on immigration and business issues.

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