About Us

Few areas of U.S. Federal Law change more rapidly, or are more perplexing, than Immigration Law. Employers are also face with the daunting prospect of having the United States Government, represented by the Immigration and Naturalization Services, Department of Labor, or State Department, as an adversary.

In an increasingly mobile business world and a knowledge-based global economy, corporations make significant financial commitments when they transfer a foreign employee to the United States, or select a foreign national as a new hire. It is crucial for success to hire and transfer emploees seamlessly, and efficiently.