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Key Questions to Ask When Developing a Corporate Immigration Policy


Talent acquisition is a huge part of what makes businesses thrive, and if your company has considered hiring international talent to help your business thrive, it’s important to create a Corporate Immigration Policy that covers how you will handle hiring foreign nationals.

From the various costs involved in sponsoring a foreign national to ensuring compliance with immigration law, there are many things to consider when developing a Corporate Immigration Policy. Just because you want to hire someone from a different country, it doesn’t automatically mean that person will be successful in obtaining labor certification in the U.S., so it’s important to consult with an experienced employment based immigration lawyer and get organized before making any job offers.

Klasko Immigration Law Partners provides innovative immigration solutions and a full suite of employment-based immigration services to large and small corporations nationwide. Here is a quick checklist to review to assist when developing your Corporate Immigration Policy.

Key Questions to Ask When Developing a Corporate Immigration Policy

Developing a solid Corporate Immigration Policy will benefit both your business and your employees. For corporate immigration legal guidance, call the team of employment based immigration lawyers at Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP, today.

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