Dallas and Fort Worth National Interest Waiver Attorneys
National Interest Waivers are often available to successful foreign-born researchers and other professionals. Unlike green cards, which require that the applicant hold a permanent job or job offer, National Interest Waivers do not require a specific job offer. Also, petitioners can personally file for a National Interest Waiver without the sponsorship or involvement of an employer.
In order to successfully pursue a National Interest Waiver, you or your lawyer must demonstrate that the granting of the waiver will benefit the United States. If you are considering filing for a National Interest Waiver or have had your application denied, the, visa and immigration law firm of Chavez & Valko, with offices in Dallas and Fort Worth, can help. We have handled hundreds of immigration/employment law cases, including successful petitions for National Interest Waivers.
Are you interested in pursuing a National Interest Waiver? Do you have questions on how to optimize your petition and meet federal criteria? Contact our offices at 214-251-8011 (Dallas area), 817-332-1100 (Fort Worth area), or 1-888-562-0398 (nationwide).
Attorneys Nicolas Chavez and Martin Valko are experienced in helping individuals and employers solve immigration and employment law problems. Each presents seminars on immigration and employment law and handles all types of employment and immigration law problems.
Among others, we have successfully obtained National Interest Waivers which allowed our clients to enter and remain in the United States for the following clients:
- Client who worked in a highly specialized field involving patents and the design of medical equipment machines
- Client was a researcher and a professor at a local University