The Elements of A Modern-Day Immigration RFP
There are more options available than ever today for organizations looking for an immigration service provider. Employers looking for the right vendor must examine a multitude of traditional and hybrid models to find which delivers best. Putting together an immigration Request for Proposal (RFP) can streamline this process and help facilitate a decision, but making sure an RFP asks the right questions is critical. Founding Partner Elizabeth Jamae of our affiliated law firm Corporate Immigration Partners explores the most important factors organizations should consider when putting together an immigration RFP, including cost, service delivery, technology and more.