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October 17, 2013
Stephen Tarnoff

How Company Layoffs Can Jeopardize a PERM Application

As many employers have discovered in recent years, PERM Labor Certification applications filed on behalf of foreign national employees face many potential pitfalls that can interfere with the green card process. One such pitfall that is often overlooked involves layoffs....

June 25, 2013
Ana Maria Echiburu Tyrrell

Who Pays for H-1B and Green Card Fees?

Clients often call our office asking who is required to pay for fees associated with an H-1B or a green card obtained through an employer. Is the employer required to pay for everything or can the employee pay in some...

June 11, 2013
Minsky, McCormick & Hallagan

Obtaining Permanent Resident Status Through Employment

Many people obtain permanent residence in the United States through an offer of employment. There are three general steps in this process for lawful permanent residence for most workers. The first two steps must be initiated by the employer, and...

The Risks of Letting your Employees Choose Their Own Immigration Counsel

Some employers permit their foreign national employees to choose their own immigration attorneys to prepare various employment-based petitions on their behalf (e.g. petitions for H-1B, H-3, L-1, TN, E, O-1, P, J-1, or other temporary status, or for lawful permanent...

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