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Protecting Your Business Interests And Your Bottom Line

As a business owner, attracting and retaining high-quality employees can make all the difference in the quality and cost of your services and products. If your pool of candidates is thin here in the U.S., you may need to expand your search overseas. Hiring foreign nationals brings its own set of challenges, however.

At Brill & Medina, LLP, in Hempstead, our legal team serves clients nationwide and is qualified to guide you through the legal processes that regulate business immigration. Our attorneys have substantial experience with drafting waivers, following the U.S. Department of Labor’s program electronic review management (PERM) process, and resolving other issues that affect your entity’s labor options. Prompt and efficient, we strive to protect your business interests while remaining mindful of your bottom line.

Our Business Immigration Services

Large and small businesses have benefited from our attorneys’ ability to find practical solutions for a range of immigration concerns that include:

  • PERM (U.S. Department of Labor applications): used by employers to legally hire employees from outside the United States.
  • O visas for exceptionally talented individuals: allowing for short-term employment of an individual with a temporary, non-immigrant visa.
  • P visas: used to allow athletes, entertainers or artists to enter the U.S. for a specified period of time to compete or participate in an event.
  • H1B visas for specialty occupation: a limited number of these visas are available for individuals possessing a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) or higher to work in the U.S.
  • H2B visas for seasonal workers: allowing employers to bring in temporary workers for specific needs when there are not enough workers in the United States qualified or willing to do the work.
  • L visas for intracompany transferees: allowing you to transfer a manager or executive from a foreign office to a U.S. location.
  • Religious workers: obtaining a visa to allow for an individual to work in the U.S. in a religious capacity.

As immigration restrictions have tightened over the past few years, business owners face a growing list of obstacles and requirements that prevent them from filling positions with skilled workers. Our lawyers can help you comply with new restrictions. They will review your documentation so that it is complete and accurate.

Begin The Partnership Today

Discuss your concerns with a seasoned business immigration lawyer at our firm when you call 516-489-8786 or send us an email.

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