In an age of increased immigration enforcement, you need to ensure that your employees can work legally in any country. You want attorneys who manage a full suite of immigration services with state-of-the-art specialized software that won’t break your bottom line.
The Fisher Phillips Global Immigration Practice Group provides a single solution for all of your global immigration needs. Our services will allow your employees to work legally in any country. You benefit from a team of lawyers and professionals who practice exclusively in the area of business immigration law. We offer complete end-to-end case management and client service, utilizing specialized software for case initiation, data intake, case tracking, and calendaring of expiration dates. This case management system is readily accessible online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and helps to ensure that we are able to manage your work in the most cost-effective, reliable, and efficient manner possible.
U.S. Immigration Services
We advise you on all areas of U.S. business immigration law. We can assist you in obtaining nonimmigrant visas for professionals, intra-company transferees, research scholars, traders and investors, trainees, and agricultural workers. If you are seeking to sponsor employees for permanent residence, we can guide them through the process from labor certification through adjustment of status or immigrant visa processing at a U.S. Consulate or Embassy. And you’ll benefit from our extensive experience with Priority Worker permanent residence petitions and National Interest Waiver cases.
We provide assistance regarding all of your global immigration needs. This includes obtaining visas for U.S. workers being transferred abroad as well as assisting in the transfer of key personnel from one country to another anywhere in the world. We can work with you to develop a specifically tailored strategy to ensure the success of each global transfer, proactively gathering and pre-processing application materials, overseeing the filing for host country approvals, coordinating consular processing of required visas, and providing a one-stop resource for the applicant and family throughout the procedure.
In this age of increased immigration enforcement, we meticulously review your practices for verifying the work authorization of employees. This includes precautionary I-9 audits, providing representation at audits by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Division (WHD), and defending claims of immigration-related discrimination.
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