Being in the field for over 35 years with complete compliance to the United States immigration laws, Sidman Law Group is an immigration law firm in California serving a diverse group of clients from all around the globe. Our firm is preeminently known to be the top immigration law firm in California, enriched with a team of accredited attorneys.
Sidman Law Firm is a leading full-service immigration law firm in CA aiming to provide its clients with a full range of immigration services. With comprehensive knowledge in the legal, political and business context, our California immigration litigation law firm offers legal solutions to employees, businesses, families, couples and even refugees. Providing incisive and effective legal counsel, our California immigration law firm is well-versed in interpreting the law and helping clients analyze their legal rights.
Sidman Law Group takes pride in being one of the best immigration law firms in California. We deliver results.
But the role of an immigration law firm is not limited to interpretation. In fact, it is relatively unique compared to the other areas of law because it touches on so many others.
As per the U.S. State Dept., employment-based immigration involves three categories: (1) People with extraordinary ability, meaning those who have reached a high level of acclaim and recognition in their fields; (2) outstanding professors and researchers on the path to tenure; and (3) executives or managers employed with multinational U.S.-based corporations.
The EB-2 visa represents the so-called “second preference” under U.S. immigration law. There are two categories under the EB-2 visa: (1) Professionals who have an advanced degree (above and beyond the baccalaureate degree), or, in rarer instances, those who have only a baccalaureate degree but relevant experience in his or her field; and (2) those with “exceptional ability” in the arts and sciences or in business, as demonstrated by evidence.
Available for skilled workers, professionals and unskilled workers (other workers). A labor certification and a permanent, full-time job offer are required to become eligible.
Available for ‘special immigrants’ including religious workers, special immigrant juveniles, broadcasters, G-4 International Organization or NATO-6 employees and their family members, armed forces members, Panama Canal Zone employees, certain physicians, Afghan and Iraqi Translators, Afghan and Iraqi nationals who have provided faith service in support of U.S. operations.
The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program is designed around economic job growth. As per U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, entrepreneurs and their families may immigrate to the U.S. (and are green card eligible) provided that they meet two basic criteria: (1) Can invest in a commercial U.S. business (2) Can create or preserve 10 jobs for U.S. workers.