Many corporations are truly multi-national. In other words, they have facilities and buildings located in multiple countries around the globe. Needless to say, efficiently operating such organizations takes a lot of work that needs to be performed by a number of qualified and experienced employees. Each corporate facility needs to be fully, and properly, staffed to operate efficiently. Additionally, the staff of a multi-national corporation may, at times, need to be able to communicate with one another in order to ensure that the business is operating smoothly in all aspects and in all countries around the world. At times, employees who work primarily in one country will need to travel to a different country to attend business meetings and negotiations for the company and to train other employees or work on a specific project. When this happens, such an employee might be required to stay in a foreign country for an extended period of time. In such cases, proper measures must be taken to allow the employee to travel to perform his or her work without fear that he or she may suddenly be required to return home.
Requirements of a Business Immigration Case
Business Immigration is an incredibly complex issue that requires knowledge of the current laws, procedures, and forms that must be complied with in order to ensure that employees from different countries can relocate to the United States in order to perform essential job functions. A few examples of some of the paperwork and procedures that may be necessary to comply with are: tax and income forms; immigration petitions; and green cards and visas. There is a multitude of complexities involved in relocating (or temporarily transferring) an employee from one country to another. In addition, the governmental requirements, rules and regulations are constantly updated and revised. What may work today may not work next week.
Our Experienced Michigan Business Attorneys Can Help
Therefore, a business that may need to provide some of their critical and essential workers the flexibility to travel overseas to work, must speak with a qualified attorney who is well versed in the current laws and procedures. Only an experienced business immigration attorney is able to this area of the law in an efficient and professional manner to ensure that multi-national business (and their employees) are fully protected, and proper regulations are followed. If you are in such a situation and want to protect your employees and ensure that your business is complying with all the applicable laws, then contact The Cronin Law Firm for a free consultation who will be able to advise you, and train your company, on how to effectively handle such situations.