Q-2 Visa Attorney in New Jersey
Visa Opportunities for Irish Nationals
In 1998 the Irish Peace Process Cultural and Program Training Act was passed
by Congress. The purpose was to provide training and cultural exchange
opportunities to selected citizens of Northern Ireland and 6 counties
in the Republic of Ireland. This area was the site of most of the violence
and conflict. The program was originally intended to run through 2003
and was extended through 2008.
While the Q-2 visa is no longer valid, there are other visas that offer
temporary work opportunities in the United States. Find out what
work visas you may qualify for by getting in touch with my firm. I have an enviable
record of helping thousands of people with deportation hearings, visa
and citizenship applications.
There are several temporary worker visas available. The Q-1 visa is for
practical training and employment in fields such as hospitality which
provide an opportunity for exchanging culture and history of the home
country. There are visas for athletes, artists and others with special
skills. There are also available visas for certain professions, such as
nursing and physical therapy, which are in short supply in the U.S.
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The procedure for applying for a visa is complex. Often many different
forms must be completed by the applicant and a prospective employer. If
you are currently in the United States with an expired visa, I can advise
you on the best way to proceed. As a
New Jersey immigration attorney, I work with the U.S.CIS, the Department of Homeland Security and Customs
and Border Patrol every week.
My firm's website contains many examples of successes with deportation
visa extensions and green card applications.
Contact my firm by email, phone or personal consultation if you need help with any type
of immigration matter in New Jersey.