Martenson, Hasbrouck & Simon LLP’s Immigration and Global Migration Practice Group serves a diverse group of clients including multinational corporations, national, regional and local employers, start-up ventures, entrepreneurs and individuals. We are a full service practice group offering services and counseling ranging from U.S. employment and family based temporary and permanent visas, global mobility management, and immigration compliance
Martenson, Hasbrouck & Simon LLP works closely with our clients to provide strategic guidance and solutions to meet their immigration and global migration needs. For companies hiring foreign workers, we offer solutions throughout the employment lifecycle, including strategic immigration planning for start-ups, temporary and long-term visas, employment authorization and permanent resident status (green cards). We assist corporate clients with immigration-related matters including Form I-9 and E-Verify compliance, due diligence arising from mergers and acquisitions, anti-discrimination matters, and response to government audits and investigations. We are committed to helping our clients compete in the global marketplace and understand the need for creative, yet compliant, immigration solutions. We manage, oversee and advise multinational companies on the mobilization of key personnel around the globe. We also represent individuals in family-based immigrant visa and naturalization matters.
We provide a high level of service, responsiveness and attention to detail for cases where time is always critical. Immigration laws and procedures are constantly changing, and legal solutions must keep pace with both government regulations and a company’s business strategies. Our team utilizes its experience and expertise to create tailored solutions to navigate a subjective immigration system.
We have a proven track record of success representing clients before government agencies involved in immigration and naturalization matters, including US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the State Department (including consular offices abroad), and the Department of Labor (DOL).