At Yasrebi Law, we are here to help you take the steps to invest in your future. Our clients needing assistance with employment immigration matters will be guided through the process. We will ensure compliance with immigration laws as our attorneys know they are fundamental to the success of your business ventures.

Our lawyers know that employers want the best workers for their business. This may require businesses to hire immigrant workers who are often the most hard-working, dedicated, and talented due to their drive to make a new life for themselves. Employers can retain workers through visa and green card sponsorships.

In most cases, to start the process, employers must prove that the job available would be best filled by a qualified immigrant worker through the labor certification process. Upon completion of the certification, employers must file a visa petition. Of course, there are some exceptions, however, our skilled team will determine which steps apply to your circumstances and assist in the execution of these procedures.


There are several business and investor visa options available for immigrant workers. When acquiring a visa, it is important to understand which category of visa best suits your situation. Visa categories include:

  • EB-1 visa — for priority workers who demonstrate extraordinary abilities
  • EB-2 visa — for professionals with advanced degrees or outstanding abilities
  • EB-3 visa — for both skilled and unskilled workers and professionals
  • EB-4 visa — for certain special immigrants and religious workers.
  • EB-5 visa — for foreign nationals who wish to invest considerable resources and create new jobs
  • H-1B visa — for specialty occupations

We counsel all our business clients on immigration compliance issues, including I-9 requirements, sponsoring employees and gaining a better understanding of developing laws regarding business immigration and employment.


Let us help you understand your options. At Yasrebi Law, we will use our expertise and experience to navigate both workers and employers through employment-based immigration needs.

We have seven locations throughout Northern California, including San Francisco, Santa Rosa, San Jose, Oakland, Sacramento, Walnut Creek and Redwood City.

Call our office or email us so that we can help you evaluate your options.