BIL is at the forefront of current practices and procedures at the Department of Homeland Security (USCIS., ICE and CBP), the Department of Labor, U.S. Consulates abroad, and other agencies involved in U.S. immigration law and practice. Our clients benefit from the latest information and strategies, which help them achieve their immigration objectives.
BIL evaluates the immigration consequences of corporate changes (such as mergers and acquisitions), develops strategies for minimizing their impact on affected personnel, and assists management with implementing them.
BIL’s Audit, Compliance and Training (ACT) Team regularly trains clients in immigration processes and compliance (for example, I-9, H-1B LCA public access files and antidiscrimination). Our services include auditing clients’ internal procedures, recommending improvements, training in best practices, and supporting their implementation.
BIL recognizes that no two organizations are exactly alike, so we create immigration policies and programs tailored to a client’s needs and circumstances.
BIL’s Audit, Compliance and Training (ACT) Team is available to represent and defend your organization in any government investigation or audit of your immigration compliance.
Through a network of global visa providers and in-country co-counsel, our clients achieve efficient processing of global visa matters.
BIL utilizes the latest industry technologies, allowing clients to check the status of their cases throughout the entire immigration process.
Focusing all of the firm’s resources on immigration law enables BIL to anticipate the needs of corporate, business and individual clients and to provide them seamless services and support to meet those needs.
As Atlanta’s premier business immigration law firm, BIL represents a broad range of corporate and institutional clients, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. We also represent nonprofit entities, professionals, individuals with specialized skills, entertainers and athletes.
BIL’s comprehensive immigration services include preparation of applications and petitions for U.S. visas and permanent residence; immigration policy guidance and strategic planning; counseling and training on immigration compliance; and representation of employers in immigration-related audits and investigations. The end result is responsive, effective representation and support in all areas of U.S. immigration and nationality law.
Immigration policies enable corporate and institutional clients to ensure consistent treatment of their valued personnel and avoid the potential legal consequences of failing to do so. BIL assists such clients with developing comprehensive immigration policies consistent with their cultures and values. BIL also assists corporate and institutional clients with creating strategic plans for maximizing their investments in personnel receiving immigration sponsorship.
BIL’s Audit, Compliance and Training (ACT) Team performs in-house audits and evaluations of employers’ immigration processing and compliance practices. BIL’s ACT Team regularly trains clients in immigration processes and best practices in immigration compliance (for example, I-9, H-1B LCA public access files and antidiscrimination). According to a client’s wishes, BIL also leads or assists with the implementation of such processes and practices.
BIL’s Audit, Compliance and Training (ACT) team is immediately available to defend clients undergoing government investigations or audits of their immigration compliance. BIL’s ACT Team is experienced in representing employers, and protecting their interests, in government audits of I-9; H-1B LCA public access files; and antidiscrimination compliance. The ACT Team reviews the current status of a client’s compliance, assesses the client’s potential exposure, and represents the client in negotiations of an appropriate resolution or, if necessary, in administrative proceedings.
BIL relies on a network of global visa advisors and in-country co-counsel to provide information, guidance and assistance to clients on immigration matters for the international movement of personnel to, and between, countries outside of the United States.