The modern workforce is global. Whether it be a start-up or multinational corporation, businesses increasingly rely on elite talent from abroad. Yet, global mobility of personnel is ever more difficult due to regulatory schemes and political nuance leaving domestic and multinational employers continually exposed to complex immigration laws and perpetually changing policies.
CSG’s Immigration Law Group represents U.S. companies across the country as well as multinational organizations spanning the globe, providing counsel on employment-based immigration matters as well as corporate compliance best practices. We make sure our clients understand the full gamut of immigration options for their employees and take time to explain the various risks and responsibilities of each immigration action. We do not just file immigration paperwork for our clients. We make ourselves available to answer ongoing questions and concerns while working with our clients to develop a comprehensive immigration compliance plan that best protects the interests of the Company and its employees.
Serving a diverse corporate clientele, our attorneys advise businesses operating across a range of industries – including, but not limited to, information technology, banking and finance, manufacturing, real estate, hospitality, education, health care, transportation and engineering.
We succeed in providing experienced, creative solutions to our clients most difficult immigration challenges with a personal attention to our clients’ needs. We integrate with our clients’ C-level decision-makers, general counsel and HR personnel to provide valuable, responsive counsel and planning.
Our immigration attorneys have also developed an emerging companies practice – representing foreign entrepreneurs and principals looking to launch start-up companies in the U.S. – and are aligned with several New York City-based accelerators and venture capital firms.
The Group, supplemented by a wealth of in-house insight from related CSG practice areas, is well-equipped to help you navigate the end-to-end immigration process required for a range of matters, including:
- Nonimmigrant visas – E, H, J, L, O, P, and R
- PERM Labor Certification
- Immigrant visas – EB-1, EB-2 and EB-3
- Immigrant investment visas – EB5
- I-9 and H-1B compliance, audits, and investigations
- Family-based immigration
Additionally, members of our Immigration Law Group have been recognized in Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers, Marquis Who’s Who in American Lawyers, and EB-5 Investors Magazine’s Top Rising Stars in EB-5 and Top Corporate EB-5 Attorneys.
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