Los Angeles is often regarded as having the most competitive employment market. Employers in LA are having difficulty hiring and retaining talented workers. While the labor market is experiencing a worldwide shortage, LA is experiencing a severe lack of workers owing to a variety of challenges. In this instance, the most effective way to address the shortage of competent labor is to sponsor foreign workers. Sponsoring employees to come to the United States is a complicated procedure known as corporate immigration. Corporate immigration is a set of rules developed by a firm to attract or hire foreign workers. Companies provide adequate compliance in corporate immigration situations so that the legal risk for the employee is reduced and the business operates in a consistent order. It is carried out because of the reduced salary rate and the acquisition of international talent. The process of corporate immigration may be advantageous to your company, but it is not without its problems. Our professional corporate immigration attorneys in Los Angeles provide outstanding corporate immigration services. With a focus on corporate immigration law, we allow firms in the United States to acquire qualified foreign workers.
The geographical divide between employees and recruiters has shrunk significantly in this age of globalization, generating chances for talent acquisition all across the world. While this has contributed to economic growth by adding value to organizations, transferring an employee from another nation might be problematic. Employers must traverse a rigorous procedure and pay close attention to the legal nuances of hiring an immigrant worker. Failure to meet international standards can have catastrophic implications. As a result, Sidman Law Group provides comprehensive corporate immigration services to handle even the most difficult cases. Our trustworthy corporate immigration consultants can assist you with the following issues:
Finding the appropriate individual at the right moment to execute the job is no easy task. Employers in the United States are required by law to follow a set of standards and a planned approach when it comes to corporate immigration. Employers’ continuous responsibilities for ensuring effective corporate immigration compliance include the following:
Corporate immigration can cause problems for both the corporation and the foreign staff. One of the fundamental concerns occurs when employees are paid less than national labor. Paying lower wages to overseas workers may result in a breach of immigration regulations, putting the firm in a difficult situation. The state and federal laws also bind companies to certain restrictions that secure the employee’s lawful employment remains in LA. Employees who are not qualified to fulfill the I-9 standards suffer a variety of consequences, including substantial penalties, workplace raids, criminal accusations, and a bad image. Furthermore, if the employer fires the worker while the immigration application is underway, the employee may face legal consequences. We can be your corporate immigration partners throughout the process to minimize such disruption and ensure your organization has access to a plethora of talent.
Hiring talent from an international pool of workers is generally more beneficial than simply hiring locally. But why is it considered such a smart move for companies to hire internationally? Here’s why:
Wider access to talent
Limiting yourself to local talent is not necessarily beneficial. When you consider hiring abroad, you open doors to a wider talent around the globe.
Diverse work culture
Hiring internationally allows employers to build a strong and diverse workforce. An inclusive work culture has proven to have above-average financial returns for the company.
Access to new markets
A diverse workforce can also enable your company to move into new markets. Immigrants speak different languages and can give an insight on the work culture in their home countries.
Improved corporate image
A company that is more diverse in race, ethnicity and age often develops a favorable corporate reputation. Such companies also harness increased profits by respecting diversity and inclusivity.
Do you want to expand your workforce by employing overseas workers? Sidman Law Group has been aiding customers in many areas with corporate immigration law for over 35 years. Our corporate immigration consultant assists in the advancement of careers and ensures that national borders do not become an impediment to the utilization of talents and services. Our corporate immigration lawyers in Los Angeles strive to assist employers in assembling their ideal staff. Do you want to benefit from our wide services? Call us at 818-981-0352 or email the firm.
As per the U.S. State Dept., employment-based immigration involves three categories: (1) People with extraordinary ability, meaning those who have reached a high level of acclaim and recognition in their fields; (2) outstanding professors and researchers on the path to tenure; and (3) executives or managers employed with multinational U.S.-based corporations.
The EB-2 visa represents the so-called “second preference” under U.S. immigration law. There are two categories under the EB-2 visa: (1) Professionals who have an advanced degree (above and beyond the baccalaureate degree), or, in rarer instances, those who have only a baccalaureate degree but relevant experience in his or her field; and (2) those with “exceptional ability” in the arts and sciences or in business, as demonstrated by evidence.
Available for skilled workers, professionals and unskilled workers (other workers). A labor certification and a permanent, full-time job offer are required to become eligible.
Available for ‘special immigrants’ including religious workers, special immigrant juveniles, broadcasters, G-4 International Organization or NATO-6 employees and their family members, armed forces members, Panama Canal Zone employees, certain physicians, Afghan and Iraqi Translators, Afghan and Iraqi nationals who have provided faith service in support of U.S. operations.
The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program is designed around economic job growth. As per U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, entrepreneurs and their families may immigrate to the U.S. (and are green card eligible) provided that they meet two basic criteria: (1) Can invest in a commercial U.S. business (2) Can create or preserve 10 jobs for U.S. workers.
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