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From multinational corporations looking to transfer foreign employees to America to US employers seeking specialized skills offered by foreign job candidates, our immigration attorneys use their extensive experience to help clients navigate immigration and nationality laws.

Overview

Barclay Damon’s immigration attorneys provide experienced, knowledgeable, and efficient legal counsel to corporations, institutions, professionals, and individuals from around the world on business and family-based immigration issues. We are intimately familiar with the changing and complex laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to US immigration. Our practice encompasses all aspects of business and family-based non-immigrant and immigrant visa applications, labor certifications, NAFTA-based border adjudications, and consular processing.

From multinational corporations looking to transfer foreign employees to America to US employers seeking specialized skills offered by foreign job candidates, our immigration attorneys use their extensive experience to help clients navigate immigration and nationality laws.

We routinely work with the US Department of Homeland Security; the US Citizenship and Immigration Service; US Customs and Border Protection; US Immigration and Customs Enforcement; Border Patrol; and the federal, state, and local divisions of the Department of State and Department of Labor as well as US consulates and other governmental entities involved in immigration-policy implementation.

Our Upstate NY platform is of particular advantage for clients, enabling us to personally file certain applications for Canadian citizens at a local port-of-entry and eliminating costly and lengthy USCIS processing delays.

We also advise business clients about employer sanctions and compliance with the record-keeping, disclosure, and anti-discrimination provisions of various immigration laws.

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