Providing Sought-After Commentary on Emerging Immigration Issues

In 2016, we shared insights with the Connecticut Technology Council on recruiting foreign-national technology graduates, and spoke on prospective changes in immigration law with the incoming presidential administration before the Connecticut Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Section. Serving clients across numerous industries, the firm’s growing Immigration practice extends to all forms of business- and employment-based immigration, as well as many family immigration issues.

Over the past year, we advised clients on matters including visa options for founders establishing new business operations in the United States, workforce-authorization issues arising from multi-national mergers, and visas for Canadian cross-border commuters.

We welcome invitations to share our perspective and experience on immigration issues with clients and industry and professional groups in what promises to be a dynamic year in immigration law.