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Sunday, December 27, 2009


The following is a video from the Seventh Annual Immigration Law Update held on May 15, 2007. The information following this video is from the Cohen & Grigsby website. Among other things, this firms aids and abets illegals in gaining employment by fraudulently running ads required by the DOL in markets and then reporting to the DOL that they were not able to find any qualified Americans for the position(s) in order to push illegal immigrants into these jobs and secure them a green card. This is a sham and we all should be outraged at this.

Here's their website information:

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In a global economy, conducting business means that your people will pass through more than just a few time zones to get the job done. They may work on another continent at one of your worldwide locations, or they may be a native of another nation working for you here in the United States. When your business goes global, you need attorneys who are experienced in the practice of immigration law.

Cohen & Grigsby attorneys handle a broad range of issues, including inbound immigration for international employees seeking to work or live in the United States and global immigration for domestic or international employees looking to work or live abroad. Our clients include U.S. and multinational corporations, and our attorneys practice before offices of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) and U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) throughout the country. We also represent our clients at embassies and consulates around the world, and we are in direct contact with representatives of other governments on immigration-related matters.

Inbound Immigration

Emigrating to the United States involves the preparation of a host of important documents. To expedite the emigration process, our attorneys ensure that all documentation is properly prepared and filed in a timely manner. We specifically:

Assist clients in securing temporary and permanent visas for employees, their spouses, their children or other immediate relatives.

Work with clients who wish to secure U.S. citizenship.

Ensure that businesses are complying with all federal immigration and labor laws connected to the employment of foreign nationals in the United States.

Keep our finger on the pulse of the changing regulatory climate in this arena so that our clients are fully prepared to deal with new issues that affect their international employees in the U.S.
Obtain visas to facilitate international transfers.

Offer a comprehensive, accurate picture of tax implications and liability issues when companies transfer personnel internationally.

Guide human resources managers as they conduct international recruiting efforts.

Represent foreign nationals who face exclusion or deportation proceedings.

Offer representation and counsel to individuals seeking asylum in the United States.
Global Immigration

Conducting business outside the United States involves much more having employees pack a suitcase, a laptop and a passport. Companies that compete on the world stage realize that they face a host of legal hurdles when they want to recruit at an international location or move their people from here to there. Cohen & Grigsby’s global immigration services include:

Analyzing international work authorization procedures to ensure that companies are in compliance with local regulations.

Constant monitoring of changes in those procedures.

On-site training programs.

Preparation and filing of applications for business visitor visas, temporary work permits, residence permits, entry clearances, entry visas, passports and permanent residence.

Strategic planning for designing immigration program.

Value-Added Services

Cohen & Grigsby’s Immigration Practice Group also provides:

A secure website with client-specific content. Clients may access a host of immigration forms, immigration-related data and an online case tracking system that is password-protected. 

A document exchange that allows our clients to manipulate, copy-edit and proof important documents electronically via e-mail. This shortens the process of preparing such documents, thereby reducing overall processing time. 

Constant updates on legal issues related to immigration through Cohen & Grigsby’s online updates and newsletters.

Contact Us

Please contact any of the attorneys in our Immigration Group for your inbound or outbound immigration needs."

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