Immigration Law Advice for California Businesses
Employers of all sizes throughout many industries, rely on the legal advice of Levin and Pangilinan PC, both to help with specific employee visa applications and for ongoing counsel on employer immigration compliance issues.
Common concerns involve I-9 procedures, document retention problems, and even worksite enforcement questions. Our attorneys will work with your in-house counsel on all immigration issues. For additional information, contact our office.
California immigration lawyer Philip M. Levin has focused his practice on business and employment-based immigration since 1985. Named a Northern California Super Lawyer, since 2006, Mr. Levin has written and lectured extensively on immigration topics to professional and lay audiences, law students, and business groups.
Advising Employers and Human Resources Managers about Immigration Law
- Proper employment record keeping and document retention through the correct use of I-9 employment verification forms
- Compliance with Department of Labor H-1B and PERM labor certification regulations
- Responses to Department of Labor audit notices
- Effective, immediate and long-range strategies addressing worksite enforcement actions intended to identify illegal immigrants and undocumented workers
For employers concerned about the consequences of inadequate record keeping and other documentation issues, Levin and Pangilinan PC will perform a confidential internal audit of your company's employment practices to identify areas of risk and suggest effective solutions.
To learn more about managing compliance requirements in employing non-citizens, contact a knowledgeable immigration attorney at the law firm of Levin and Pangilinan PC.
Levin and Pangilinan PC assists with the following: protecting your rights regarding deportation, removal, and asylum; perm labor certification; I-9 worksite enforcement; employment visas; H1-B work visas; E-1 visas & E-2 visas, immigration hearing and appeals; marriage immigration; and family immigration.