Expanding Your Workforce? Here’s How to Get Started With Immigration

August 22, 2017 Chelsea Iversen


With all of the uncertainty surrounding immigration, keeping up with current trends in immigration is important. But for those who are just starting out: Do you know where to begin? If you don’t, it’s critical to establish a basis of understanding before you get started with immigration. That way you don’t get caught unprepared as your immigration program grows.

How to get started with immigration

To get started with the basics of corporate immigration, you’ll need to understand that compliance is the key to successful corporate immigration practices. To achieve compliance and remain compliant going forward, you’ll need to get to know the different visas, policies and best practices that can help you properly manage immigration at your company.

The first step in creating a strong and compliant global employee base, without fear of repercussions, is to learn the basics of corporate immigration.

Not sure how to get started with immigration? We will break it all down for you in our upcoming webinar, The Beginner’s Guide to Immigration, hosted by Jamie Gilpin, Chief Marketing Officer and Workforce Trends Analyst and Amanda Bolhuis, attorney, Global Immigration Associates.

Watch it today to understand the basics so you can get started on building the best immigration program for your organization. You’ll learn:

  • The difference between the most common U.S. work visa types
  • Temporary stay requirements vs. permanent residency
  • How to keep your organization immigration compliant




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