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Dinsmore immigration attorneys leverage more than 60 years of cumulative experience to craft strategies and solutions to meet unique immigration needs. We anticipate the areas where the U.S. government may challenge a case, reverse engineer the case to lower the risk of denial, and increase the odds of approval. 

We use leading web-based technology for case management, so your immigration coordinator, managers, and employees can access appropriate case information on a 24/7 basis.

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Job-Related Changes Impacting Visaed Employees

Almost all employer-sponsored immigration and visa efforts for foreign national employees require the employer to disclose the employee’s job title, job description, work location and compensation.

Because a change in any one of these can cause visa-related problems ranging from "problematic" to "disastrous", and because knowing about potential changes in advance can make all the difference in the world, please inform us immediately and in advance whenever any of the following events might occur in the work life of a visaed employee:

  • Change in job title
  • Change in job duties
  • Change in work location
  • Decrease in compensation
  • Interest in bidding on a different job
  • Extended leave of absence
  • Change in work hours from full-time to part-time (or vice versa)
  • Relocation outside the United States
  • Assignment to a different operating company

Knowing about any of these proposed changes will allow us to provide advice and counsel that will minimize risk and avoid problems.

 

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