Immigration law overlaps with many other areas of law, including business, real property, family, criminal and employment law. In the employment arena there is a dangerous assumption that only those who hire foreign workers are subject to immigration laws. This assumption is not only incorrect, but it could cost a business thousands of dollars per […]
Marie E. Wood
Marie E. Wood is an attorney with the Riverside law firm of Reid & Hellyer, Temecula Office. She is fluent in Spanish and her practice focuses primarily on immigration law and civil litigation.
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Yes, Congress has made available a number of employment-based visa classifications for professional, skilled or unskilled foreign workers. Although this article is limited to non-immigrant visas, meaning the employee will return to his/her home country at the end of the assignment, there are also immigrant visas available for foreign workers who seek to permanently live […]