My job as an immigration attorney is to help human resource professionals keep a company’s competitive edge by retaining its most valuable foreign workers permanently and bringing in new talent from around the world.

This is often achieved through the labor certification process, also known as PERM, a complex and time sensitive US work visa program.  Recently, immigration practitioners and employers have experienced increased challenges from the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (USCIS) in getting talent from abroad due to the current administration’s policy of “extreme vetting” and “Buy American, Hire American”, resulting in numerous requests for information (RFI) or even denials that must be appealed.

Through my experience working with employers of all sizes, I know how to avoid some of the common pitfalls and maximize your chance of successfully retaining existing foreign talent, or bringing in new talent so that your highly skilled positions do not remain unfilled.

I am so confident in my ability to successfully walk you through the pitfalls of the PERM process, that I am offering a money-back guarantee to help share the risk of your qualified PERM applications.

One of the benefits of working with a small firm is that you can reach me directly at (702) 308-6805 should you have any questions about the process below.

HOW DOES THE MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE WORK?

When you submit the form below, I will review the information provided to ensure that the employer and proposed applicant constitute a strong PERM case with a high likelihood of approval.
I will then provide you with a written retainer agreement for your review. My flat fee to represent an employer in the PERM process in $6000, paid in advance at the time of engagement. The funds are kept in a trust account until the case is filed as required under state laws.
In the even the case is denied,  I will refund half ($3000) of attorney’s fees to you.  The refund policy is specified in the retainer agreement and is a legally binding document. My initial evaluation of your PERM case is free.
By executing the retainer agreement, the client understands that the approval of any immigrant visa or greencard is at the discretion of USCIS, and that the attorney does not guarantee that a particular case will be approved. The client’s only recourse in case of denial is a refund of half of the attorney’s fees paid or to retain the attorney to proceed with an appeal at an extra cost.

WHAT DOES THE FLAT FEE COVER?

The flat fee covers:

  • unlimited phone consultations regarding the PERM process until the application is either approved, denied or referred for supervised recruitment.
  • preparation of prevailing wage request with the U.S. Department of Labor;
  • responding to any request for more evidence (RFI) issued by the U.S. Department of Labor with regards to prevailing wage request;
  • requests for wage redetermination, if justified and adequate;
  • unlimited counsel regarding the preparation of the labor certification application and discussion of any issues which may be raised by USCIS
  • preparation of any documents in case of an audit by the U.S. Department of Labor.

My processes are setup so that I can handle PERM applications from petitioners nationwide. All case communication can be conducted via telephone, email or via my cloud case management software, so that a meeting in person is not required.

FOR HOW LONG?

To take advantage of this promotion, please make sure you sign the retainer agreement with me before December 31, 2019.

DOES IT MATTER IF YOUR LAWYER IS OUT OF STATE?

The short answer is NO.  The PERM application is filed electronically and it can be prepared remotely.  Immigration law is Federal law and an attorney licensed in any state within the U.S. can represent the employer in front of the U.S Department of Labor for the foreign labor certification and, subsequently, in front of USCIS.  I am available through skype should there be a need for the employer to meet me face-to-face.

WHAT IS NOT COVERED BY THE FLAT FEE? 

There are no filing fees required when filing for the PERM application through the U.S. Department of Labor.  Moreover, the PERM regulations require that the employer, not the sponsored employee, pay for any attorney’s fees and costs (such as recruitment advertisement).
The flat fee does not cover any appeals for the denial of the PERM application, the representation of the I-140 (immigrant visa petition) , I-485 (adjustment of status application) or the application for an immigrant visa via consular processing outside the U.S.

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An attorney-client relationship does not arise based on  you sending your questionnaire and information to me.   I do not charge a fee to evaluate your case or to answer any questions  about the case and the PERM process.  Should you wish to discuss in detail about your case and plans to engage my services, please contact me to schedule a consultation and find out whether your case qualifies for a money-back guarantee.  The attorney has no obligation to start working on your case until you have signed a fee agreement and you have paid in advance the flat fee retainer.

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