There are several different types of United States visas available for athletes, entertainers, and other professionals who can claim that their level of accomplishment is “internationally recognized” or “extraordinary”.
As is with any visa application process, showing that you actually possess those qualifications is a complicated endeavor that requires precise knowledge of the criteria demanded by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, properly drafted documentation that supports your criteria, recommendations from experts in your area of expertise and much more.
Here at ChaseLawyersSM we have helped musicians, boxers, martial arts practitioners, entertainers and many professionals from other walks of life to:
ChaseLawyersSM is not just an immigration law firm. We are a firm with in-depth knowledge of the Music, Sports and Entertainment industries.
Our Senior Partner, Barry Chase, began a successful career in television programming with PBS, public television’s national network. He spent several years as the PBS National Network’s Vice President and Senior Vice President of National Production for South Florida’s PBS affiliate, and knows the TV, Movie and Entertainment Industry like the back of his hand.
Our Partner, Gregory Bloom, has been in the sports management business for the past 20 years and represented World-Class Athletes, Promotional Companies, Venues, International Sports Organizations and many other prominent members of the sports community.
Our Associate Attorney, Alex Loveyko, has gone through the immigration process himself and assisted various musicians, athletes, entrepreneurs, brand owners and artists to obtain necessary qualifications to work and succeed in the United States.
We have a dedicated team of attorneys that prides itself on coming up with solutions for the most challenging and interesting cases. This vast experience dealing with individuals of different levels of prominence help us realize that there’s always a way to present someone’s resume to give them the best chance to fit into the aforementioned criteria of “extraordinary” or “internationally recognized”.