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New York City Immigration Outstanding Professor Lawyers

Serving Academic Institutions and Corporations in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut

If you are a research or academic professional, or an academic institution or research facility seeking to sponsor a foreign national for permanent residency to live and work in New York or anywhere in the United States, talk to an immigration law attorney at Weisberg, Friedman & Klapisch, LLP, in Manhattan.

Qualifications for Immigrants of Extraordinary Ability in Research and Academics

The sponsoring party must demonstrate that the foreign worker meets the qualifying criteria for persons of extraordinary ability in the field of research and academics. If you are a sponsoring party in New York, we can advise you on the appropriate records, documentation and supporting portfolio needed to demonstrate your candidate's qualifications.

If sponsoring a foreign person of extraordinary ability for research or academic work in the U.S., the sponsoring party does not require PERM labor certification.

Call an Experienced Manhattan Outstanding Researcher Attorney

From our offices on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, our New York immigration and nationality lawyers provide legal advice and representation for clients throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and the United States. We also work with clients worldwide who are seeking application assistance through their local consulate. Call us at 212-696-2666 or contact us by e-mail to arrange an initial consultation with one of our New York City immigration outstanding professor attorneys today.

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