Visas to Foreign Countries
Dallas, Texas — Fort Worth, Texas
Often, U.S. companies with foreign operations need to send American employees overseas to fill staff positions. Each country has their own regulations regarding visas for foreign workers. For instance, in Mexico, the FM3 visa allows citizens from another country to work in Mexico.
Once a visa that allows Americans to work overseas is obtained, it is necessary to work with foreign consulates to obtain permission to work in the host country. Knowledge of both American law and the laws of other nations is essential to obtaining rapid approval.
The Dallas and Fort Worth based immigration law firm of Chavez & Valko represents companies for which it obtained FM3 visas for employment in Mexico.
Do you represent a company or organization that wishes to have employees work in Mexico? We can help. Contact the immigration and visitor visa lawyers of Chavez & Valko at 214-251-8011 (Dallas area), 817-332-1100 (Fort Worth area), or 1-888-562-0398 (nationwide).
If your company needs one or many visitor visas, we can help. To arrange a low-cost consultation, contact us.
If you have any questions regarding immigration law, including questions relating to naturalization, deportation, permanent visas, working in the United States, traveling abroad or employer compliance, please contact our law firm to schedule an in-person, telephonic or video consultation regardless of your location within the United States or anywhere in the World.
We speak Spanish , Slovak, and Czech, accept credit cards, and provide initial consultations with an attorney for a low fee. To contact us, call 214-251-8011 (Dallas, TX), 817-332-1100 (Fort Worth, TX), 225-291-2155 (Baton Rouge, LA), or toll-free 1-888-562-0398 (nationwide).
* The information on this website should not be construed as legal advice. Use of information on this site does not form an attorney-client relationship. Fully licensed by the Texas Supreme Court.
** Louisiana Office - not licensed to practice law or represent clients in matters of State Law in Louisiana; but Authorized by Federal Law to advise and represent clients in Immigration Matters in Louisiana and throughout the United States. Practice is limited to Immigration Law.