The Immigration attorneys at Chamberlain Hrdlicka have considerable experience handling the entire spectrum of immigration matters for individuals, families and businesses both in the U.S. and abroad. We have represented clients in all parts of the United States and in more than 100 countries.
We have represented companies and non-profit organizations both in the U.S. and abroad in obtaining U.S. immigrant and non-immigrant visas through the employment, business and investment categories, as well as in U.S. citizenship matters. Additional expertise includes employment cases, labor certifications and consular work.
For individuals, we have handled a wide range of immigration matters including visa processing, naturalizations and defense of removal (deportation) cases. And with support from the Tax Planning group, have assisted in pre-immigration tax planning.
While the constant change in U.S. immigration laws presents challenges for many in this area of work, we are at the forefront of this rapidly changing field of law. As members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and founding members of IMMLAW, Chamberlain’s immigration team actively participates in the exchange of ideas and information in emerging areas so that our clients can benefit from the most innovative techniques in the ever-changing immigration environment.
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In employment-based permanent residence cases, the employer must complete the Form I-140. One of the essential aspects of the I-140 is the requirement that the sponsoring employer demonstrate an ability to pay the proffered wage. This requirement can be a challenging element in some cases. However, there are steps that petitioning employers can take to identify and address ability to pay concerns and to increase the chance the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will approve the I-140 petition.
USCIS in making a decision on the I-140 petition requires the employer to ...