The One-Stop Immigration Shop

At The Dworsky Law Firm, one component of our business model is assisting our corporate clients with not only in obtaining visas for their employees, but working abroad on ex-patriot assignments and global projects.

We prepare the visas in the United States, however, we frequently will enlist the services of a local agent for filing from our network of legal counsel worldwide.

The Expense of Immigration

Costs and delays can mount as your company navigates through the complex immigration process. Governmental licensing restrictions often prevent U.S. attorneys from filing directly in a specific foreign country.

A company with employees coming to the United States from Germany, Japan, and Brazil will need to engage immigration attorneys in different continents. That means a bill from a rechtsanwalt in Munich, an invoice from a bengoshi in Osaka, and charges from an abogado in Santiago, Chile.

Many companies use The Dworsky Law Firm because there’s just one charge from Illinois. We have designed a seamless international process that is more cost-efficient, expedient, and streamlined. Companies watching the bottom line use The Dworsky Law Firm for a more efficient and less expensive solution. With our one-stop shop, there’s no need for your company to employ immigration attorneys in different countries. There’s no need maintain a list of attorneys in every country where you do business, and you don’t need to find legal counsel in countries in which you want to expand for the first time.

Even Small Businesses Need Immigration Assistance

Technology continues to evolve, and it has changed the way that we do business. This means that the way we conduct business has also evolved. It’s not just the multi-national mega corporation that conducts business around the world. With computers and other devices connecting us to faraway lands, even a small company’s reach can be worldwide. In the last decade, we have witnessed a shift in corporate capabilities to where now small businesses find themselves with international staff and global immigration issues.

Ashley Dworsky has nearly 20 years of global immigration experience. He and our team will find the right solution for your company.

Our Network is at Your Disposal

We maintain a network of international immigration providers who we use for local country issues. We provide creative solutions to complicated international issues, and our network across the world help our clients procure documents for their immigration cases. Together we facilitate the process and help our clients navigate through the laws and regulations of foreign countries.

Our firm prepares visas for ex-patriot assignments and deals with global immigration issues for our corporate clients every day. We facilitate and supervise the use of local counsel agents for our clients, then assist with necessary visa issuance from within the U.S. at our offices outside of Chicago.

When one of our clients’ employees is traveling internationally and requires a foreign country’s permission to work there, we prepare the employee’s visa documentation for the assignment or work together with local counsel to create a smooth transition for the employee and the HR and compliance staff at the company.

In addition, to complete U.S. and Canadian immigration services, The Dworsky Law Firm has prepared visa issuance and work authorization in the following countries:

  • China/Hong Kong
  • India
  • Philippines
  • Germany
  • France
  • U.K.
  • Australia
  • Japan
  • Brazil
  • Mexico
  • Chile
  • South Africa
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Abu Dhabi/UAE
  • Singapore

In addition, The Dworsky Law Firm has a law office in South Africa to assist in preparing visa documentation for our clients’ employees traveling to countries in Africa and Europe

Speak with Ashley Dworsky at The Dworsky Law Firm about your company’s global immigration needs. Contact us today.

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