H-type and E-3 visas enable organizations employ foreign workers in the U.S. on a temporary basis in specialty occupations. VisaLex offers a unique combination of cutting-edge technology and full-cycle professional services to pave the way for H-1B, H-1B1, H-1B2, H-1B3, H-1C, H-2A, H-2B, H-3, and E-3 visas for your prospective foreign workers.
VisaLex offers professional U.S. visa services for employers and individuals. See how we simplify the application process for H-1B and related visas from beginning to end — and maximize the likelihood of approval.
We provide an innovative online platform that streamlines form completion and facilitates collaboration between the organization and the employee.
We’ll carefully analyze your unique case and determine how we can make your petition as strong as possible with relevant evidence to enable the immigration officers give you a favorable decision.
Once we confirm that your application is complete and includes all the required supplemental documentation, we enable you print out your petition and help you submit it.
We stay tightly connected with you until the day you get your visa. We carefully track your applicant status and notify you immediately of any changes so you can be sure you never miss an appointment or other required action.
We help overseas visa applicants prepare for their one-on-one interview with a consular officer so they can avoid unnecessary complications that could lead to delays or denial.
VisaLex helps you save time and budget when dealing with L-1 visas. Leave confusion and guesswork behind and ensure compliance with official USCIS visa requirements.
Prior to filing an H-1B, H-1B1, H-1B3, or E-3 visa petition, the sponsoring U.S. employer must submit a labor condition application and receive notification of its approval. Failing to provide the necessary attestations in the LCA can lead to its denial and even to sanctions for the employer.
Effortless process of getting your LCA approved
VisaLex consultants will take employers step by step through the process of preparing and filing the LCA. We provide extensive guidance on how to make all mandatory attestations, including those about wages and working conditions.
Once your LCA is approved, we will guide you through the rest of the visa application journey, ensuring that the strongest possible petition for your non-immigrant workers is submitted to the USCIS authority.
H-type visa applicants often need to bring their immediate relatives to the U.S. with them. To live or work in the U.S., those family members must either file an H-4 visa petition or apply for employment authorization with the Department of Labor. These applications require the same level of accuracy and thoroughness as the main H-type visa petition.
Professional advice each step of the way
VisaLex eliminates the struggle to locate multiple high-quality providers in an effort to cobble together a complete service that works for you and your relatives.
Our immigration consultants, together with experienced immigration attorneys from our affiliated law firm, will answer the broadest range of questions about living and working in the United States and how to relocate your relatives in connection with your H-1B visa.
With our professional advice, you will know exactly which forms and petitions to submit, when and where to do it, and how to maximize your chances of success.
An H-1 visa petition must be filed by the employer, but it needs to provide information about both the employer and employee. Difficulties in collaborating effectively often mean that filling out the visa application is delegated to just one of the two parties — an approach that can cause delays, jeopardize data privacy, and even result in visa denial due to incorrect or missing information in the final application.
Online platform for easy, secure collaboration
VisaLex solves this problem with a unique online platform that facilitates collaboration while maintaining data privacy. Role-based access enables multiple parties to work on the same visa form, while ensuring each user can see only the information they are authorized to see. Users can work on their portions of the application at any time they want; parallel sessions are supported. All users can monitor the progress toward completing each section or the entire form.
Both the LCA and I-129 forms require extensive supportive documentation: organizational records, passport scans, employment letters, skills certifications, and so on. All documents must be submitted in English, and they need to be both accurate and complete.
Certified translation and ease of management
The VisaLex platform provides a convenient documentation management system that clearly indicates which documents are strictly necessary & which are only recommended, as well as which documents are already attached to your petition & which still need to be provided.
As you upload a document, you can request translation from any language into English in one click; the service will be provided by a certified translator.