Because of all the moving pieces between Federal, State and Local regulations, managing immigration in the workforce is very complex and requires regular attention. If you, the employer, are not skilled in US immigration law, you may be unintentionally overlooking important tasks or paperwork updates that could put your business at risk of noncompliance. In a five part series, JD Supra, Mintz Levin, highlights 8 Best Practices for Managing US Immigration Compliance in 2018 (Part 1 of 5).
In this five-part series, we highlight three important USCIS policy changes and provide eight best practice tips in light of the ever-tightening U.S. immigration environment. This is the first installment in the series.
The Trump Administration has made immigration enforcement and the restriction of...Read More