Immigration issues are a top priority for foreign national employees. Having the appropriate visa and obtaining permanent residence as quickly as possible are critical factors in a foreign national employee’s life. Most professional foreign born employees are quite sophisticated in their knowledge of immigration related issues. Because immigration is so important to them, these employees need to have their cases handled by competent professionals who specialize in this complex area of the law. Proper legal representation in all aspects of their immigration cases ensures that employees and their families will be able to remain legally in the United States.
Our services include representation for companies hiring employees from abroad. We also assist in employment authorization for foreign employees who have graduated from U.S. universities or who are transferring from another U.S. employer. Our goal is to obtain the appropriate immigration status as quickly as possible. Our services are aimed at minimizing the amount of time spent by human resources staff and in-house counsel on immigration issues.
Landau, Hess, Simon & Choi provides comprehensive assistance to the company, the employee and the employee’s family. By working together, we seek to form a lasting and productive relationship.
Each employee’s case is handled on a fixed fee basis. The following services are included in the fixed legal fee:
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