Providing Sought-After Commentary on Emerging Immigration Issues
Our Immigration Practice shares information regarding recruiting foreign-national technology graduates, and has spoken on prospective changes in immigration law 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.
We also advise 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.