The firm’s corporate clients range from Fortune 100 companies to progressive start-ups. No client is either too large or too small to be served by our firm. Our clients represent a cross range of industries and include those from: information technology, hospitals and other healthcare institutions, financial services, private and public universities, pharmaceutical and scientific research institutions, manufacturing, retail, engineering, telecommunications, and restaurants. Our service offerings for corporate clients include all types of employment based immigration cases and matters including: H-1b, L-1, O, H-2b and E visas; PERM processing, Schedule A, EB2 and EB3 petitions, and a range of compliance related services including I-9, Labor Condition Application (LCA) self-directed audits and defense of DOL and DHS audits and investigations.
The firm has developed a niche in the Information Technology (IT) and healthcare industries and handles in excess of 1000 cases per year for IT and Healthcare companies. The firm publishes the Healthcare Immigration News blog, which is the go-to source for healthcare employers and workers alike and averages over 10,000 readers each week. Each year, the firm produces a Symposium on the Recruitment of International Healthcare Workers. This educational event, open to clients and non-clients alike, is the largest event of its type in the United States. The firm was a leader in the successful retrogression relief bill passed by Congress in 2005 that provided relief to Schedule A applicants and the firm continues to advocate for retrogression relief. For its non-healthcare clients, the firm launched a new blog in early 2011, labeled Views on Business Immigration. Its primary contributor is Mike Hammond, and the postings carry with it his unique humor and often, acerbic views on actions of the USCIS, DOL, and the DOS. It is fast becoming widely read both for the information contained as well as the style.
The firm’s attorneys regularly attend and speak at events sponsored by the staffing industries premier trade associations, Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) and TechServe Alliance (formerly NACCB). The firm’s attorneys also present to literally thousands of healthcare job-seekers each year at Canada’s largest healthcare job fairs, sponsored by the Marskell Group. The firm’s attorneys also write prolifically in these areas and regularly have articles published in national publications.
The firm’s individual clients include persons seeking permanent residency for a spouse or other family member, naturalization, defense of removal proceedings, investment options including EB5 petitions, self-sponsorship for permanent residency via a national interest waiver or the EB1 category, and the handling of appeals based upon the denial of various employment or family based petitions.