Overcoming Recruitment Challenges by Hiring Overseas
Despite the “Great Resignation,” global talent is increasingly flowing to the U.S. As employers face staffing shortages, an aging workforce, and a skills gap in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, there is still a deep pool of foreign national candidates. But how does a U.S. employer access and inboard qualified foreign workers?
Understanding complex immigration laws is vital if you intend to hire foreign national talent. Join us as we answer these and other questions:
How does a US employer interview, recruit and screen foreign national applicants to be sure they are eligible without discriminating?
What obligations does a US employer assume when hiring a foreign national employee?
What is the finite term a foreign national employee will be available and able to work for a US employer?
Certain employment-based categories may give the US employer more advantage. Which ones are best for your business?
Neil S. Dornbaum is a partner and Co-chair of the Immigration and Global Mobility practice Connell Foley LLP in Roseland, NJ. He has limited his practice to immigration and nationality law (with special emphasis on corporate and employment-based immigration matters) for the past 40 years. He represents Fortune 500 companies and corporate employers in engineering, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, and emerging business within high tech industries, assisting employers with domestic and international transfer of foreign personnel, including executives, managers, and other highly skilled professionals, and those individuals of extraordinary and exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, and athletics. He also represents individuals seeking to reunite with family members and obtain citizenship.
Kathleen M. Peregoy is a highly accomplished immigration attorney and serves as Co-chair of Connell Foley’s Corporate Immigration and Global Mobility practice in Roseland, NJ. Prior to joining the firm, Kathleen was a partner at Dornbaum & Peregoy, where for the past 25 years she focused her practice on immigration and nationality matters, particularly employment-based immigration, and international transfers. Kathleen concentrates her work in PERM Labor Certification, priority worker filings in the Extraordinary Ability, National Interest Waiver, Outstanding Researcher and Professor, and Corporate Transferee categories and other business classifications.
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