H-2B Guest Worker Visa

Temporary Workers’ Visas to Meet Your Staffing Needs

H-2B Guest Worker Visa

Running a business in a seasonal industry such as tourism, landscaping or construction can create significant employment pressures. Since most U.S. citizens seek permanent employment in order to obtain health care and a steady income, you may need to turn to guest workers in order to meet your staffing needs.

At Valverde & Rowell, P.C., our immigration attorneys take an innovative approach to immigration law, pursuing our clients’ goals with in-depth knowledge of the law and creative attitudes to problem-solving. Contact us to get our skilled lawyers working on your H-2B guest worker visa applications.

Guiding You Through the Temporary Guest Worker Process

The H-2B visa allows non-agricultural employers to bring guest workers into the country to work for them temporarily during their peak seasons. Applications for H-2B visas typically come from heavily season-dependent employers such as landscaping companies, construction companies, and companies in the resort and hospitality industries.

The H-2B guest worker visa is temporary and seasonal. At the end of the season, a worker admitted to the country with this visa must return home.

If your company needs workers and cannot recruit enough of them from the local citizen population, our immigration attorneys can help you pursue approval for guest worker hiring through the H-2B process. Contact us to discuss how we can assist you.

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    Bradford A. Miller
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    R. Barry Rowell
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    Andrew J. Reigel
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