Alternatives to Labor Certification – The Priority Worker Categories
Alternatives to Labor Certification – The Priority Worker Categories discusses categories that don’t require a labor certification such as the Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professor or Researcher, Multinational Executive or Manager, and the Advanced Degree Professional or Exceptional Ability “national interest” categories which may be pursued as green card options alone or in combination with other visa strategies.
Look Before You Leap – How to Avoid Immigration Problems Caused by Corporate Restructuring
Employment of foreign workers in the United States has increased to the point where the average U.S. employer’s foreign-born workforce may exceed 10% or more of its total employees. Even employers who have tried to hire only U.S. workers may find that they have some foreign workers on their payroll, perhaps even in key positions. If you are among the many employers contemplating a change in corporate structure, you may have foreign employees whose current immigration status, continued employment authorization and immigration future could be significantly affected by the corporate restructure.
ALTERNATIVES TO LABOR CERTIFICATION 1994:
50 WAYS TO LEAVE YOUR LABOR …. cert
A Checklist of Permanent Options that Do Not Require a Conventional Labor Certification.
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What Every Employment Lawyer Needs to Know about Immigration Law:
What Every Employment Lawyer Needs to Know about Immigration Law: Red Flags at the Crossroads of Immigration and Employment Law, presentation by Scott Borene and George Maxwell, February 3, 2009. Includes an overview of business immigration, I-9 compliance basics, red flags to minimize immigration risks for employers, and best practice immigration compliance tips for employers.
Borene Law Firm “Employer’s Immigration Compliance Staffing Pyramid”
The Employer’s Immigration Compliance Staffing Pyramid includes information about the role of immigration counsel, the immigration case work volume, and the role of the employer in immigration projects.
Immigration Update June 2001: Mergers, Acquisitions and Successors-in-Interest
Immigration Update: June 2001 – Mergers, Acquisitions and Successors-in-Interest provides basic information regarding I-9 liability for acquired businesses, employer’s self-audits, and laws regarding successors-in-interest.