U.S Immigration Law and Visas

U.S visa categories are divided into two main categories, immigrant and non-immigrant. Immigrant visas, more commonly referred to as green cards, allow for permanent residency in the US. Non-immigrant visas are of a temporary nature which means the individual must leave the US upon expiration of their visa.

The following is a list of both employment-based and family-based visa petitions which we process and areas of US Immigration law we provide services in:

  • B1/B2 Visas for Business Visitors and Tourists
  • E-1/E-2 Visas for Traders and Investors
  • H-1B Professional Employee Visas
  • H-3 Trainee and Internship Visas
  • J-1 Internship and Trainee Visas
  • L-1 Intra-Company Transfer Visa for Multinational organisations
  • O-1 Artistic and Extaordinary Ability Visas for people in the Arts/Motion Picture/Athletics
  • P-1/P-2/P-3 Visas for Artists, Musicians, Actors and those in the Performing Arts
  • Permanent Residence
  • S and Dual Citizenship
  • ESTA Visa Waiver Programme
  • Criminal Immigration /Deportation Defence

Irish Immigration and Work Permits

Irish Immigration Law is governmed primarily by a number of sources including The Constitution of Ireland, primary legislation, Statutory Instruments, case law and policy.

We guide and assist clients through the process of entering Ireland for work, business or to join an Irish National or EU spouse/partner or through family reunification. We also assist with Irish Citizenship applications.

For employers or those looking to work in Ireland we process the following work permits:

  • Critical Skills Employment Permits
  • General Employment Permits
  • Dependant/Spouse/Partner Employment Permits
  • Intra-Company Transfer Employment Permits
  • Contract for Services Employment Permit
  • Exchange Agreement Employment Permit
  • Internship Employment Permit
  • Sport and Cultural Employment Permit
  • Reactivation Employment Permit