H-1B for a Korean Dentist in Cleveland Suburb
Client: A Dental Clinic in a Suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
Beneficiary’s Nationality: South Korea
Location: A Suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: H-1B Status (I-129 Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker, H Category)
BACKGROUND: Our client, the employer, retained us to secure a status for its newly hired dentist so that it could meet expanding demands for its service.
Date of Application: June 12, 2006
Date of I-360 Approval: June 21, 2006
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that the new hire received advanced training, was a member of a profession that requires application of a specialized body of knowledge and the offered salary satisfy the criteria.
9 DAYS LATER, our client’s choice dentist could legally work.
CHALLENGE: As much as H-1B applications appears like run-of-the-mill cases, clients really have to be sure that their choice employee met all criteria prescribed in law. In addition, labor certification must be completed prior to filing H-1B application through form I-129; otherwise, there is no proof that the choice candidate would meet the minimum expectation of the job and the criteria in the provisions governing H-1B status. Please do consult a trustworthy immigration attorney, so that your choice employee can work for you, without unwanted immigration concerns. Cleveland immigration lawyer is ready to be at your service.
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