Immigration Compliance for Employers

In response to increasing U.S. government scrutiny, companies today need robust employment compliance policies to ensure they are meeting all applicable employment verification laws and regulations.

Employment Based First Preference (EB-1)

This is the top permanent residence category that includes extraordinary ability workers, outstanding professors and researchers, and multinational manager and executive transfers. Because it is the top category, there are…read on

E-1 & E-2 Treaty Visas

Over the years, the United States has executed bilateral investment and trade agreement with certain foreign countries. These agreements (treaties) are designed to facilitate investment opportunities and mutual trade relationships….read on

H-1B Specialty Occupation Visa

The H-1B visa is one of the most frequently seen temporary work visas in the U.S. immigration field. This classification typically applies to foreign professional workers who are employed in…read on

Employment Based Second Preference (EB-2)

The EB-2 category is reserved for workers who are advanced degree professionals or possess exceptional abilities. Nationals of India, China whose cases are classified in the EB-2 category are currently…read on

H-3 Trainee Visa

The H-3 visa is for individuals who will receive training in almost any field, with the exception of graduate medical education or training, that is not available in the foreign…read on

J-1 Visa for Exchange Visitors

J-1 visas are for for individuals who will participate in work-and study-based exchange visitor programs, specifically designated by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs. The J-1 visa…read on

I-140 Employment Classification Petitions

The I-140 immigrant classification petition is the second step in the employment permanent residence process through labor certification. At this stage of the process the employer files an immigrant petition…read on