As technology continues to evolve, the way we conduct business changes with it, and global mobility has become and increasingly important aspect of business for many companies. The last 20 years have seen an unprecedented shift in corporate capabilities and even small start-ups find themselves with international staff and global immigration issues.
Licensing restrictions often prevent us from filing visa applications or other immigration-related applications directly in countries outside of the United States and Canada, and it is best to rely on local advocates with more experience and knowledge of the legal and procedural requirements of the specific country. As such, we typically facilitate and supervise the use of local counsel for our clients – this includes vetting and consulting with foreign counsel to find quality services and assisting from within the U.S. as needed to ensure client needs are met.
In addition to U.S. and Canadian immigration services, which we provide directly, we have also assisted with business travel, visa issuance, and work authorization in the following representative countries:
If you have employees traveling internationally outside of the U.S. or Canada that require permission to work, we will work together with local counsel to help plan and coordinate a smooth transition, so that the company and employee may focus on other aspects of the international assignment.