ImmiHR Podcast, hosted by ImmiPartner's CEO and California Bar Certified Legal Specialist in Immigration Law, Hendrik Pretorius, delivers immigration fundamentals, current events, and strategies for HR teams of all sizes to leverage in structuring and maintaining best-in-class immigration programs. This podcast does not constitute legal advice and does not create any attorney-client relationship but is instead intended to raise awareness of possible immigration issues to help HR professionals recognize when legal counsel may be required. This does not substitute for legal advice in any way.
H-1B Employee Termination
In this episode we consider the unfortunately reality of terminations and the additional steps that need to be taken by a company to properly terminate H-1B status holders. This does not substitute for legal advice in any way. This podcast does not constitute legal advice and does not create any attorney-client relationship.
This is important to avoid back wage liability and other issues with the Department of Labor and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. https://www.immipartner.com/.
We hope this episode raises awareness of possible immigration issues to help HR professionals recognize when legal counsel may be required. This podcast does not constitute legal advice and does not create any attorney-client relationship.
The Next Act referenced in this episode can be found here, https://www.bridge.legal/resources/next-act.
The Impact of Layoffs on Green Card Processes
In this episode we consider the immigration impact that layoffs will have for any company currently processing or planning to process PERM Labor Certification based Green Card applications for employees. It is critical to understand these implications and to take these into account whenever a company plans to terminate employees. This topic is especially pertinent at times of economic distress such as that experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Electronic LCA Posting: H-1B Best Practice
In this episode we consider Labor Condition Application (LCA) posting requirements for H-1B cases. In particular we consider the electronic posting option provided by the Department of Labor which is gaining popularity due to COVID-19 and is a suggested best practice. www.ImmiPartner.com
Immigration Implications of Employees Working From Home
In this episode we discuss what HR professionals need to consider when H-1B employees begin to work from home or other unanticipated worksite. www.ImmiPartner.com