Utilized by treaty traders, investors and specialty occupation workers alike, this temporary work visa category can also serve as an alternative to the H-1B. Join Envoy Global and its affiliated law firm, Global Immigration Associates, for a brand new webinar that provides valuable background and insight on treaty visas
Envoy Global and its affiliated law firm, Global Immigration Associates, will share actionable insights to help you not just navigate the changing immigration landscape, but succeed in it.
As companies across the U.S. face a war for foreign talent, understanding the local talent landscape—who’s hiring, from where and for what jobs—has become increasingly valuable. Knowing how to utilize government immigration data can help you assess the competition and get ahead.
Global mobility is hot right now: almost half of employers say they expect demand for international assignments to increase over the next year. In this Envoy webinar, learn all about global rotation programs and walk away with five key steps to successfully launch or refine one at your organization.
The last few years have seen hundreds of thousands of H-1B visa petitions submitted into the H-1B lottery, though only 85,000 are selected every year.
But the H-1B isn’t the only employment-based visa employers can utilize when sponsoring foreign talent. If you’re a human resources professional seeking alternatives to the H-1B visa, this is one webinar you won’t want to miss.
If your organization provides green card sponsorship, you may already know about the labor certification process (PERM) and the various steps and forms required. However, there’s plenty more to consider as an employer, such as when to start the green card process, what costs may or may not be covered and how to keep tabs on the status of each employee’s green card application.