American companies deserve the best and the brightest employees they can find. When it isn’t possible to fill a position with a suitable U.S. candidate, they might look for talent from abroad. There are many students with degrees from American universities and colleges, as well as professionals who studied and trained in other parts of the world. You might find the perfect fit, with just the qualifications your company needs, but once you identify your foreign candidate, how do you begin to comply with all the laws and regulations from the U.S. Department of Labor and Homeland Security? Where do you start?
Information specifically for employers is available on our site. Attorneys at the Murthy Law Firm have experience guiding companies through the complexities of employing workers from abroad. Hiring a firm with our reputation for quality is a wise investment and signals to your workers that they are important to you.
How We Can Help You
- Murthy Law Firm attorneys can consult with employers to determine what immigration categories may be the most suitable for current and potential employees. We can guide employers though the available options, evaluating the pros and cons of each, considering the nature of the offered position and other key factors.
- We can advise employers regarding the filing and documentation requirements for employee sponsorship. We represent employers in the preparation and filing of petitions and applications to the USCIS.
- We provide input and representation to employers in responding to requests for evidence (RFEs), notices of intent to revoke (NOIR), and notices of intent to deny (NOID).
- Our attorneys provide advice on complex legal matters of immigration compliance, both proactively and in connection with U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) audits and USCIS site visits.
- The Murthy Law Firm provides internal audits of companies of all sizes to determine whether H1B and I-9 records comply with federal regulations. We guide companies as to changes needed to improve levels of compliance following internal audits.
- We defend employers in federal immigration-related investigations, including filing and litigating administrative appeals.