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Notwithstanding your industry or plan of action, investigating the heap of business and work laws is basic to your prosperity.
Our Employment Immigration attorneys in Nassau County comprehend that decreasing dangers and augmenting openings inside a business are essential to the customer's principle concern. We try to go probably as the main impetus in work environment law, helping customers with achieving their business goals.
The legal counselors in Shankar and Associates draw from their experience as in-house counsel, HR/work relations representatives, and business pioneers to help customers through the business worker relationship.
At the point when representative contentions shift into formal debates, we empower our customers to bargain from a position of solidarity. In the event that conversation and arrangement don't resolve the contention, we forcefully safeguard, endeavor, and referee cases the nation over. Shankar and Associates' legal advisors additionally give vital and successful portrayal before the U.S. Equivalent Employment Opportunity Commission, National Labor Relations Board, and state social equality and work relations offices.
Like work law, migration is a discrete region of business law wherein Shankar and Associates parade extensive capacity and experience. Perceiving and onboarding unfamiliar specialists are essential for certain organizations. Our Employment Immigration lawyers assist managers with:
Following I-9 duties and government and state E-Verify necessities
Getting perpetual residency for unfamiliar representatives to work in the U.S.
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Gaining naturalization to U.S. citizenship
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Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects people with the businesses and opportunities that expand their lives.
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“Your questions are vital to the spread of knowledge that allows people all over the world to rise above borders and pursue their dreams,” says Sophie Alcorn, a Silicon Valley immigration attorney. “Whether you’re in people ops, a founder or seeking a job in Silicon Valley, I would love to answer your questions in my next column.”
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I’m the founder of an early-stage, two-year-old fintech startup. We really want to move to San Francisco to be near our lead investor.
I heard International Entrepreneur Parole is back. What is it, and how can I apply?
— Joyous in Johannesburg
Today for the first time, international startup founders can sigh a breath of relief because there is new hope for immigration! This hope comes in the form of a little-known pathway to live and work legally in the United States. This pathway is now possible because, effective today, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) withdrew the proposed rule to remove the International Entrepreneur Parole Program. This development is FANTASTIC for startup founders everywhere!
DHS believes that “qualified entrepreneurs who would substantially benefit the United States by growing new businesses and creating jobs for U.S. workers” should be able to benefit from “all viable” immigration options. The National Venture Capital Association is “thrilled” at the news, and so am I!
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International Entrepreneur Parole (IEP) allows founders to request a 30-month immigration status, with the possibility of a 30-month extension as well. Spouses of those with IEP can qualify for work permits. There’s no limit to the variety of fields in which startups can qualify — we’ve had interest from founders in everything from autonomous drone delivery to AI for law enforcement; anticancer drug discovery to satellites.
To qualify, you need to show that:
Your startup is less than five years old.
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