Two prominent immigration myths imply that permanent resident (“green card”) status may be preserved if a permanent resident living abroad comes to the United States once a year, and that an absence from the U.S.
Maggio + Kattar has an on-going training program for its clients on various topics of immigration law and compliance. We conduct a series of in-person and telephonic trainings on important, topical issues such as I-9 compliance and E-Verify.
- Corporate Immigration
- March 5, 2019
For the vast majority of professionals being sponsored for permanent resident status in the U.S., the green card process consists of three steps: labor certification, the immigrant visa petition, and an application for permanent residence.