IMMIGRATION SERVICES

Corporate Immigration

Corporate Representation

Businesses across the globe and of all sizes and in all industries and sectors have come to rely on foreign nationals whose education, talents and skills can make them highly valuable or even essential to their employers.

Baurkot & Baurkot represents corporations, employees (temporary and permanent), athletes, entertainers, intercompany transfers, new hires, foreign recruits and religious workers, small-businesses, non-profits, hospitals, universities, colleges, religious organizations, trusts, employers and individuals with respect to all aspects of business and commercial related immigration law.

If an employer seeks permanent legal residence for a foreign employee, there are many options.  If an employer wants to simply transfer a foreign employee or manager to an American subsidiary company or an American office, there are many options available.  If an employer requires temporary employment, again, the options are numerous.  Moreover, today’s federal immigration authorities have increasingly placed the cost–civil and criminal–of employing undocumented or incorrectly documented employees. Every day, small and large businesses across the Pennsylvania are faced with I-9 compliance audits, substantial civil fines, and even criminal penalties for inaccurate employee immigration document review and verification and Form I-9 errors and/or omissions.

Norris McLaughlin & Marcus Corporate Immigration Attorneys will work with employers and employees at all levels to ensure that all documents are properly filed and all qualifications are met for the migration of employees and with human resource and corporate legal departments when faced with Form I-9 compliance issues and audits.  Whether the stay is short term or permanent, Baurkot’s Attorneys can assist in all business immigration needs – from I-9 compliance, I-9 audits, human resource departments, to labor certifications, I-140s, EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, EB-4, EB-5 documents to B1 (short term business travelers) or H-1b (temporary professional employees) and H-2 visas for nonprofessional employees.

Contact Baurkot & Baurkot Today for your Corporate Immigration Needs.

Employer Immigration Compliance Forms and References:

Everify Logo

Link to E-Verify

Form I-9

Handbook for Employers Completing Form I-9

E-Verify Monitoring and Compliance Brochure

E-Verify Participation Poster

Department of Justice Right to Work Poster

DHS Further Action Notice

Social Security Further Action Notice

DHS Referral Date Confirmation Notice

Social Security Referral Date Confirmation Notice

Types of Non-Immigrant Visas (Business Related):

 
C Visa Foreign Nationals in Transit (C1, C1-D, C2, C3 and C4)
D Visa Crewmen (D1 and D2)
E Visa Treaty Traders and Investors (E1 and E2)
   
G Visa Foreign Government Officials to International Organizations (G1- 5)
H Visa Temporary Workers

H-1B

Engineers, scientists, specialty occupations, models, etc.

H-1C

Nurses working in health professional shortage areas

H-2A

Agricultural worker

H-2B

Temporary worker: skilled and unskilled

H-3

Trainee

H-4

Spouse or child of H1, H2 or H3
I Visa Foreign Media Representatives
   
L Visa Intracompany Transferee

L-1A

Executives, managers

L-1B

Specialized knowledge

L-3

Spouse or child of L-1
   
NAFTA Visa North American Free Trade Agreement
NATO Visa North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO1 to NATO-7)
O Visa Workers with Extraordinary Abilities

O-1

Extraordinary ability in science, arts, education, business or athletics

O-2

Alien accompanying O-1

O-3

Spouse or child of O-1 or O-2
P Visa Athletes and Entertainers (P1, P2, P3 and P4)
Q Visa International Cultural Exchange Visitors (Q1, Q2 and Q3)
R Visa Religious Workers (R1 and R2)
   
TN Visa Trade visas for Canadians and Mexicans