At the Law Offices of James D. Eiss, we focus our practice on employment-based immigration law. We represent U.S. companies seeking to employ foreign nationals, as well as representing foreign nationals seeking work-authorized status in the U.S. We assist with everything from temporary work visas, to permanent residence, to U.S. citizenship.

We are located in Buffalo, NY, right next to the Canadian border, and frequently accompany Canadian citizens in person at the Peace Bridge port of entry when they seek admission to the U.S. to work under NAFTA. Often our Canadian clients come to us after being refused admission to the U.S. While not every denied case can be rehabilitated, many can, and we frequently assist people in better documenting and explaining their eligibility for admission to the U.S. We have a very high success rate with the cases that we do choose to take.

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New final rule: expansion of the 240-day rule and more

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USCIS has issued a final rule, effective as of February 16, 2016, impacting the H-1B1 (specialty occupation workers from Chile and Singapore), E-3 (specialty occupation workers from Australia), and CW-1 (Northern Mariana Islands CNMI-only transitional workers) nonimmigrant categories...

DHS Further Restricts Visa Waiver Travel

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The Visa Waiver Program permits nationals of certain low-risk countries to enter the U.S. for a period of up to 90 days as a visitor without first obtaining a visa from a U.S. Consulate abroad.

The 2016 H-1B Cap Season is Here

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The H-1B visa is a nonimmigrant visa issued to workers coming to the United States to perform work within one of the designated specialty occupations.