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For employers looking to hire workers outside of the United States, immigration laws and regulations can make this process complex and time-consuming. For some, a prospective employee may have difficulties securing a visa. In which case, our experienced business immigration attorneys can help secure waivers or find other ways to resolve visa-related issues. For others, they may require assistance to ensure, during the hiring process, that all the necessary steps are taken when new employees complete their I-9 forms. As an experienced business immigration law firm, we can help with that too.
McMahon Berger works with clients to obtain the proper work authorization for employees in need of sponsorship. Starting early in the process is essential and having a team of corporate immigration lawyers by your side can help expedite this process.
We have successfully helped companies throughout the United States sponsor individuals for nonimmigrant visas, such as H1B, L-1, and TN. We have also helped companies in various industries secure permanent residency for employees.
Navigating the intricacies of the immigration laws and USCIS regulations can be difficult, but our attorneys have the experience to guide employers in the right direction.
Understanding employment eligibility and verification rules minimize potential liability in the event of an audit by the Department of Homeland Security. As a result, we assist companies in developing effective Form I-9 compliance programs to ensure they remain compliant.
Our business immigration lawyers also provide training and effective policies and procedures to prepare clients for agency worksite enforcement activities.
Lastly, we help employers conduct internal audits of their work authorization documents to ensure company records are accurate and compliant.
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