In the coming years, companies competing in the global marketplace will increasingly depend on the skills and expertise of talent from around the world. Individuals will continue to seek the relative stability of the U.S. for investment and domicile.
We streamline and manage the processes associated with employing foreign nationals in the U.S., helping our clients to navigate the bureaucratic maze of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the Department of Labor and the Department of State.
We’ve helped employers to secure non-immigrant visas and green cards for employees from nearly every country in the world. So whether you’re looking to hire your first foreign national employee or your hundredth, we’ve got you covered.
And if you’re an entrepreneur or investor, we have the experience that you will need to travel through the maze to get your initial investor visa or your green card.
HR Executive | September 26, 2017
This article focuses on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services decision to expand in-person interviews for certain immigration applicants. Boston labor and employment counsel Courtney New provides commentary about the impact on the green card process.
Portsmouth Herald | September 26, 2017
This article recaps a federal court decision to delay the deportation of dozens of Indonesian immigrants living in New Hampshire. Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane, associate Nate Warecki and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero are providing pro bono representation to these immigrants.
NPR’s All Things Considered | August 29, 2017
Our Justice Bus pro bono project in Los Angeles was featured in an audio segment on “All Things Considered.”
NPR | August 27, 2017
Los Angeles office managing partner Seth Levy, partner Justin Thompson and associate Jessica Walker are quoted in this article about the Los Angeles office’s pro bono work with OneJustice’s Justice Bus to help low-income immigrant Green Card holders seeking U.S. citizenship.
New Hampshire Business Review | July 07, 2017
Manchester commercial litigation associate Nate Warecki authored this column about the increased scrutiny of H-1B employers under the Trump administration.
The Boston Herald | May 30, 2017
Boston government investigations and white collar defense partner Brian Kelly is quoted in this article about the recent media blitz from the Massachusetts U.S. attorney’s office publicizing its work with illegal immigration cases.
Forbes | May 18, 2017
Boston labor and employment counsel Courtney New contributed this article about how the U.S. immigration system’s lack of a definition for “athlete” in the P-1 visa category presents challenges for the booming esports industry.
The Boston Globe | April 19, 2017
Boston immigration counsel Courtney New provides commentary on President Trump’s executive order relating to the H-1B visa program and its likely impact on the number of overseas workers coming to the U.S. for entry-level technical jobs.
Immigration Law Alert | 10.31.17
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