Expert Immigration Services for Universities and Non-profit Institutions

Universities and non-profit institutions face distinct challenges in navigating U.S. immigration law, especially when it comes to hiring international talent and hosting foreign scholars, researchers, and students. Our law firm provides expert legal guidance tailored to the specific needs of educational and charitable organizations. We assist with obtaining appropriate visas, such as J-1 for exchange visitors, H-1B for specialty occupations, and O-1 for individuals with extraordinary abilities. Our team ensures that your institution complies with all federal regulations, facilitating a seamless process for bringing international talent to your campus or organization.

Customized Strategy and Compliance for Educational and Non-profit Entities

Understanding that each university and non-profit has unique goals and challenges, we offer strategic planning and compliance solutions designed to streamline your immigration procedures. Our services include the preparation of visa petitions, guidance on maintaining legal status for your international personnel and students, and navigating complex issues related to labor certification processes. We also provide training for your staff on compliance with evolving immigration laws and policies, ensuring that your institution remains informed and compliant.

Ongoing Support and Proactive Advocacy

The landscape of immigration law is constantly changing, and staying ahead of these changes is crucial for universities and non-profit institutions. Our law firm offers ongoing support and proactive advocacy, helping you to adapt to new laws and policies as they arise. We work closely with your human resources and international offices to manage cases effectively, from initial visa applications to extensions and adjustments of status. Our commitment to your institution does not end with the filing of paperwork; we are dedicated to building lasting relationships that support your educational and humanitarian missions.