The Legal Immigration Family Equity (LIFE) Act can help you get a green card regardless of unlawful time living or working in the U.S. Before you apply for the LIFE Act, you must be the recipient of a petition for an alien relative or alien worker (I-130 or I-140).
The H-1B visa is for qualified workers wanting to enter the U.S. for a limited time in order to work. This visa is designed for migrants who already have a prospective employer in the U.S. who can file some necessary forms on the worker’s behalf. The H-1B visa has strict guidelines about that you, the applicant and your prospective job must fit in order to be eligible for the H-1b visa.
Canadian professional workers can come to the United States with the TN NAFTA visa. This visa gives workers “non-immigrant” status and allows workers to stay in the U.S. for 3 years. In order to apply for this visa, you need to meet certain requirements for eligibility. To read more about these requirements, see our past articles.