Greenberg Traurig’s Immigration & Compliance Practice represents businesses, organizations, and individuals from around the world on a wide range of immigration matters and visa needs.
Our Immigration & Compliance Practice advises multinational corporations on a variety of employment-related immigration issues, focusing on strategic immigration planning for U.S. and international companies for the international relocation of personnel both from and into the United States. We work with our clients to address the visa and work authorization needs of U.S. and global personnel, including professionals, managers and executives, treaty investors/traders, essential workers, persons of extraordinary ability, corporate trainees, and students. Our legislative and advocacy lawyers have been called upon by congressional offices, the White House, and other agencies to lend their technical knowledge. Additionally, our I-9 Compliance group assists companies with drafting employment verification compliance policies, training sessions, internal audits, as well as representation in government audits. The GT Immigration and Compliance Practice also defends businesses involving large-scale government raids and audits.
To learn more about our Immigration & Compliance capabilities, please feel free to reach out to our Immigration & Compliance Practice contacts.
Greenberg Traurig's Inside Business Immigration blog addresses the latest developments affecting employers, including issues relating to nonimmigrant and immigrant visas, the E-Verify program, Form I-9 compliance, Department of Labor issues (H-1B, H-2B and LCA), identity fraud in the workplace, electronic Forms I-9s, EB-5 investor regional center compliance, and ICE worksite enforcement audits. We discuss and analyze legislation, regulations, executive orders, court cases, and agency decisions and interpretations that impact business immigration.
Greenberg Traurig's EB-5 Insights blog addresses the broad range of challenges and opportunities presented by the EB-5 program, including the immigration, tax, and securities compliance issues integral to creating and maintaining successful Regional Centers and projects.