Advice to Employers
We can help your business with your immigration issues.
Our immigration laws are complex and demanding for employers. The paperwork burdens of employing immigrants are increasing all the time. Let us help you navigate these regulatory requirements, ensure your compliance with immigration laws and obtain legal status for your workers.
Secure your employees� legal status
Christopher Kerosky has been representing businesses in getting legal status for their employees for over 20 years. He and his staff of lawyers and paralegals can help obtain or extend their H1B, L1, E2, J1, or other visas.
Obtain permanent-status workers
Employees can obtain permanent residence via a new expedited program called �PERM� through the U.S. Dept. of Labor. Our firm has many years successful experience in the labor certification process. We have successfully obtained green cards for hundreds of clients through the labor certification process.
Ensure your compliance with immigration employment regulations
The federal government has created ever more complex regulations for you as an employer to comply with. We can assist you with these. We can design an employer compliance program to ensure you meet all these regulatory burdens. We can review your human resource policies to avoid fines or audits from ICE, the Immigration and Customs
Prepare yourself for an immigration audit
We will help you with the burden of the documentation requirements for hiring workers including the I9 forms. We can prepare you in the case of an immigration audit, or assist you during an audit to make sure your company is not fined or penalized for failing to comply with ICE regulations.
Compliance with Other Employment Laws
We regularly advise employers on other employment laws, including personnel policies, wage and hour laws, non-discrimination and harassment laws and other employment issues.
Representation in Labor and Employment Claims
We also have many years of experience in handling claims before the Labor Board, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) and in federal and state courts.
Rely on us for results.