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In 2015, 1.38 million foreign-born persons moved to the United States — a 2 percent increase from 2014. Still, American immigration law is complex, and many people struggle to find the right visa for their circumstances. Aida Marta Ramirez understands this all too well — her parents moved here in 1978. So she set up Ramirez Hormaza Law Group, which helps individuals who want to work in the United States.

Ramirez Hormaza Law Group provides you with all the help you need when relocating to the United States for business. Whether you have immigration problems or want to apply for a visa or green card, you will receive expert advice.

Ramirez Hormaza Law Group can help you secure one of the following business and employment immigration visas:

H-1B Specialty Occupation Visa

O-1 Extraordinary Ability

H-2A Temporary Agricultural Worker

I-140 Petition

EB-1C Multinational Manager or Executive

E-1/E-2 Treaty Trader Visas

L-1A / L-1B Intracompany Transferee

H-2B Non-agricultural Temporary Worker

EB-2 National Interest Waiver

EB-5 Investor Visa

EB-1A Extraordinary Ability and EB-1B Outstanding Professor/Researcher

Why Do You Need an Immigration Lawyer?

The Department of Homeland Security, which oversees the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service and U.S. Customs and Border Protection, is constantly updating and changing visa regulations, which often makes it difficult to work in the United States. Moreover, 10,381,491 nonimmigrant visas — designed for people who want to come and work in the United States — were issued in 2016, but thousands of applications were denied. Some individuals applied for the wrong visa, for example, or submitted the wrong documents. Hiring an immigrant lawyer can guide you through the often-complicated business immigration process.

Why Should You Choose Ramirez Hormaza Law Group?

Ramirez Hormaza Law Group finds solutions to even the most difficult immigration challenges. Aida Marta Ramirez studied at the Florida Coastal School of Law, where she received a certificate in legal research, writing and drafting. She also passed the Florida Bar and is affiliated with the American Immigration Lawyers Association, AILA Central Florida Chapter and Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division.

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