Recruiting employees can be a costly and time-consuming business, especially if your company is hiring foreign nationals. We explore a few of the immigration costs employers are responsible for.
The H-1B visa program is delicately calibrated, and promoting an H-1B employee requires careful consideration of how the job advancement will affect their visa status.
There are many ways to onboard a new H-1B hire into the workplace properly, and doing so can make the procedure much easier for both the company and the new employee.
The O-1 visa is a category of nonimmigrant visa that’s reserved for certain petitioners and allow recipients the opportunity to legally work for visa sponsors in the United States.
L-1 Visas give employees the opportunity to temporarily transfer to the U.S. to work with a parent company, branch, subsidiary, or affiliate. Here's everything you need to know.
Understanding the role potential status changes play for H-1B workers can be an arduous and nerve-racking process. Closely monitor changes in duties and work environment to ensure full compliance with federal laws.
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