Employers Immigration Guide
How to Comply with the Law

Our Employers Immigration Guide advises employers how to sponsor foreign-born workers for immigration benefits. The Guide also instructs employers how to comply with I-9, E-Verify and anti-discrimination laws.

We discuss how to obtain temporary working visas for employees and how to sponsor them for green cards.

Our Guide instructs employers as to how to maximize the chances that their PERM applications will be approved by the US Department of Labor and to how to prepare and submit I-140 visa petitions to the USCIS .

We also discuss how to sponsor employees who are persons of extraordinary ability, outstanding professors and researchers and executives and managers of multinational corporations.

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Finally, our Employers Immigration Guide offers advice to employers regarding how to comply with the Employee Verification (“I-9”) System, how to respond to “mismatch” letters received from the Social Security Administration and how to avoid liability under anti-discrimination and “document abuse” laws.

Employers Immigration Guide is divided into the following subtopics:

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OBTAINING TEMPORARY WORKING STATUS FOR EMPLOYEES

OBTAINING PERMANENT RESIDENCE FOR EMPLOYEES

I-9 COMPLIANCE

On August 18, 2022, the DHS issued a proposed regulation which would give the agency authority to permit alternatives to in-person verification of identity and employment eligibility documents during the Form I-9 process.

On July 22, 2022, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a reminder regarding the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) termination of the COVID-19 temporary policy allowing employers to accept expired List B documents for the Form I-9. As of May 1, 2022, employers must only accept unexpired List B documents.

EMPLOYERS: HOW TO SURVIVE AN I-9 AUDIT

How to Survive an I-9 Audit (Part I)
In this video, Carl Shusterman, a former INS Attorney (1976-82) who has assisted many employers in complying with I-9 audits over the past 30+ years, provides advice to employers seeking to comply with both I-9 and complex immigration anti-discrimination and document abuse laws.

 
 
 
 

How to Survive an I-9 Audit (Part II)
Immigration Attorney Carl Shusterman provides advice to employers seeking to minimize their liability under the law.

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS AND “NO-MATCH” LETTERS

ANTI-DISCRIMINATION/DOCUMENT ABUSE

EMPLOYERS IMMIGRATION GUIDE – GOVERNMENT RESOURCES

PRACTICE ADVISORIES REGARDING EMPLOYERS

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Winning Your Case in Immigration Court

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