Immigration Counsel For Employers
Pittsburgh and the surrounding region are undoubtedly part of the global economy. The area is sought after as both a locale and a market by employers and employees in a number of industries ranging from health care and life sciences to financial services and technology. Established firms and new companies from around the country and the world proudly do business here.
Being part of the global economy often means having an international workforce. This can present immigration-related questions and challenges for employers and employees alike, as immigration laws and regulations are constantly evolving. Houston Harbaugh provides immigration counsel and representation to both employers and individuals throughout the region. The firm helps clients to navigate the myriad of questions and options that often present themselves when an individual is hired or transferred from abroad, ranging from visa eligibility to lawful permanent residence. It also represents employers and individuals before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Department of Labor. The firm’s immigration practice is primarily business-focused, and it represents employers in multiple industries. This includes the healthcare industry, where the firm provides immigration counsel and representation to both healthcare professionals and employers.
Please note that immigration matters often require significant advance planning and involve potentially lengthy government processing times. In addition, there are limits on the number of visas granted in some categories. Please do not hesitate to contact us in the early stages of your immigration-related needs.
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