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ISF Fuels Growth with Efficient Immigration Practices

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"Our employees love getting that direct contact from the system and from the attorneys. They can submit their questions and they don't have to worry that there's an additional charge." The Real Cost of Inefficient Immigration Practices "A lot of times we decided to put projects on hold or not accept a project because we didn't have a resource to put on it," Poole says. "And it was too costly to use a foreign resource. With the reduced costs we were able to process more. We saved probably $1,000 for each case with Envoy." Accomplishing More in Less Time Before operating under Envoy's flat-fee system, ISF was billed by the immigration firm on an hourly 30% = 70% = Other HR duties, i.e., Payroll, Recruiting, Onboarding 8 Petitions 30% = 70% = Other HR duties, i.e., Payroll, Recruiting, Onboarding 1 Petition VS Less Time Wasted, More Petitions Processed basis — which discouraged the company from requesting immigration assistance. "We had to be careful of how many questions we asked. We didn't allow the foreign national to contact the attorney, so I was gathering their questions," Poole says. "With Envoy, when I have a question, I can put it out there and whatever attorney is available can answer that question. It has really improved our response times tremendously." Plus, foreign nationals are able to access Envoy's online tool and ask legal questions, which means Poole didn't always have to act as an intermediary." "Our employees love being able go online and upload their documents," Poole says. "They love getting that direct contact from the system and from the attorneys. They can submit their questions and they don't have to worry that there's an additional charge." Support at Every Step The online immigration management platform enables Envoy-retained attorneys to be more efficient in the application process, and ensures that the strongest case possible is prepared for each visa petition. "For the initial L-1s, we used our previous immigration firm. Out of the three cases we submitted, two of them came back with a request for more evidence," Poole says. "But with Envoy, the information that we had to provide in the additional request — Envoy asked for that information up front." Employers are assigned a dedicated support network, including a customer relationship manager. "If I had a non-legal question, I could ask the customer relationship manager assigned to the cases, and they could guide or walk me through the process," Poole says. "Sometimes you just need to bounce ideas off of people to see if you're going the right way." Envoy Previous Immigration Provider

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