Immigration 101 - Employment-Based Visas

Get a solid foundation in the most popular employment-based visas. Found here is a compendium of guides, webinars, and checklists to help you get your feet wet in workplace immigration.

  • The ABCs of Immigration: The HR Guide to Employment-Based U.S. Nonimmigrant Visas and Green Cards

    The ABCs of Immigration: The HR Guide to Employment-Based U.S. Nonimmigrant Visas and Green Cards

    The ABCs of Immigration: The HR Guide to U.S. Immigration Visas and Green Cards provides a comprehensive overview of seven U.S. work visa types and employment-based green cards.

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  • Immigration Glossary

    Immigration Glossary

    To help you understand the many nuances of immigration, we’ve created the Envoy Immigration Glossary to define and explain common immigration words and phrases.

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  • The Beginner's Guide to Immigration58:06

    The Beginner's Guide to Immigration

    Learn about the difference between the most common U.S. work visa types, temporary stay requirements vs. permanent residency, how to keep your organization immigration compliant, and more.

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  • Hiring a Foreign National Employee: Sourcing and Screening Guide

    Hiring a Foreign National Employee: Sourcing and Screening Guide

    In this eBook, written by Laurie Ruettimann, we asked five leading HR influencers how to create a talent acquisition strategy that will help you source and screen the best global talent.

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  • EAD: Employment Authorization Document Information

    EAD: Employment Authorization Document Information

    What is an EAD and do I need it? An Employment Authorization Document (EAD) card allows you to work while the I-485 is pending. If your current employment eligibility will expire before the USCIS...

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  • Visa Wait Times: Who’s Waiting and For How Long?

    Visa Wait Times: Who’s Waiting and For How Long?

    Visa wait times: Not all are created equal. And when it comes to relocating to the United States, nationals of countries with a high volume of immigrants must wait a great deal longer than others.

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