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How to attract the right candidates and retain them. Foreign talent may be the answer.

January 28, 2020 in Employer Work Visas Employment Immigration US Immigration Law


Recruiting top-quality talent isn’t an easy task. It involves a lot more than simply posting a job description and waiting for the applications to roll in. Your inbox may immediately be flooded with submissions. However, finding a candidate who has the right skills and expertise and is also a great cultural fit for your company? That’s hard.

So why not expand the candidate pool outside your city, state or even country? It’s well known that making diversity an important part of the recruiting process will broaden your talent pool of prospective employees. Diversity, including diversity of gender, religion, and ethnicity, has been shown to improve retention, improve performance and reduce the costs associated with employee turnover.

Even so, some businesses think that applying for an international candidate while complying with US immigration laws may be difficult and expensive, especially in this political climate.

As immigration consultants, we find that it is not as complicated as our customers initially think. With the right strategy, depending on the industry, and available positions there are many options for employers to consider. For example, many companies come to us thinking their only option is the most popular work visa H-1B, but they learn about the TN visa or other types of work visas that can cover their need and may be quicker and more cost-efficient.

It is our job as an immigration law firm to help our customers navigate visa requirements and employment laws. will help you fully understand your options. Our immigration consultants can help you find the right candidate for your team, resolve your labor bottleneck, and allow your company to become more profitable.

If you need more information to implement an international program contact us. You can call us and schedule a consultation with our immigration attorneys to talk about your specific needs. Phone (770)-422-4241 or email us at

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