The warming American job market continues to demand labor across various sectors.

Living in the United States means being assured of being part of a nation that respects the rights of its citizens and takes well-being and safety seriously, which unfortunately is often challenging to find in Brazil. For those with children, it is a unique opportunity to provide a world-class education. Hence, the United States is the destination that most attracts those aspiring to an excellent future.

The American job market continues to demand labor across numerous sectors, and many companies have been flexible in their hiring processes, actively seeking professionals from other countries. A 2022 report from the language learning app Preply ranked the Portuguese language among the most sought-after languages globally by American companies offering positions for bilingual professionals.

Attorney Ingrid Domingues McConville, with 28 years of immigration work in the United States, cites the long-standing shortage of healthcare workers that the United States has been facing, exacerbated by the pandemic. Additionally, there is a growing demand for bilingual specialized workers, and immigrants can meet these needs.

For immigrants intending to reside in the United States, it is essential to prepare and explore all possibilities for legal residence. Categories include skilled workers, specialized professionals, investors, and individuals with advanced degrees or exceptional skills. An immigration lawyer is prepared to inform, analyze case by case, tailor the category, prepare the entire process, and guide the client to the final goal. Therefore, a detailed consultation should be the first step for those looking to undertake, work, and reside in the United States, literally changing their lives. The opportunity for this change is very much alive and open, and those ready for it can confidently achieve the coveted “American Dream.”

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  • Ingrid Domingues-McConville founded DM VISA LAW – Domingues McConville, P.A. in 1995. She has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1995 and a member of the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida. Ingrid earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, and her law degree from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in Cleveland, Ohio. With 28 years of experience in Immigration Law, Ingrid has represented clients throughout the United States and worldwide, addressing both business and family immigration matters. She has helped companies and individuals obtain visas and permanent residence in the United States. Ingrid plays a significant leadership role in the Brazilian community in South Florida and across the United States, providing much-needed legal guidance and advice.