February - 2014 - issue > 20 Best Immigration Law Firms 2014

Domain Expertise Redefines Immigration Solutions

Judy Christin
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Judy Christin
In the highly dynamic U.S. immigration sector, it is necessary to deftly navigate the stringent laws and technicalities to provide professional advice to clients on all aspects of immigration. With varied clauses listed under U.S. immigration law, the key in providing the niche solution lies in excelling in sub-specialty areas. The attorneys at the Webber LawFirm based in Edina, MN focus on specific practice areas to successfully close on their client's immigration requirements.
For corporate immigration, the transparent system followed at Webber Law Firm updates employees throughout the immigration procedure, even though it is the employer who initiates the process. On behest of the client, Webber Law Firm's attorneys and professional staff even speak to prospective employees on immigration procedures as an add-on service, fostering long-lasting client relationships.
"One of the best things about immigration law is that if you serve your clients well, then that will be your best advertising," says Robert P. Webber, Principal Attorney at Webber Law Firm. The work at Webber Law Firm resonates with this underlying ideology.

Immigration services rendered by Webber Law Firm in the corporate sector include: filing for temporary and permanent visas for employees, I-9 compliance, and advice on H-1B and L-1 visa petitions, B-1, TN, E-1, E-2, E-3, O-1 and R-1. For Program Electronic Management Review System (PERM) processing, Webber Law Firm's proactive, strategic approach ensures clients are fully compliant with U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) regulations, and are equipped to successfully present strong cases in times of DOL audit.

True to its sub-specialty skill mapping, Webber Law Firm has had the advantage of handling immigration procedures connected with hospitals, physicians, and other health science professionals. The attorneys' extensive experience helps to plan strategies for dentists, registered nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists, and other health care professionals. The firm currently works with several post-doctoral researchers on self-petition immigration strategies. Webber Law Firm's advice on immigration issues is particularly beneficial to international medical graduates working in both clinical and research settings. The scope of work includes waivers based on service in a Medically Underserved Area (MUA) and analysis of J-1 physicians subject to the two-year home residence requirement.

While working with foreign entrepreneurs and investors, though the firm limits its practice to immigration law matters, partnerships with an investor's corporate counsel either in the U.S.or abroad is envisaged for building a solid case.

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