In this episode we talk to Immigration Attorney Layli Eskandari on H-1B visas and the challenge of proving Remote Workers are not from Staffing Agencies
Layli Eskandari is a founding partner of the Atlanta law firm Levine & Eskandar. Layli’s practice concentrates on business immigration, including temporary employment visas and permanent residence for professionals, international transfers, investors, researchers, and nurses. She has served on the Executive Committee of the Georgia-Alabama Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and has been a Super Lawyers since 2012
In this episode you will hear:
- The requirements of the H-1B visa
- Family impact of the H-1B process
- The challenges with proving a nurse needs a degree (and therefore an H-1B)
- Why Staffing Agencies can not apply for H-1B worker Visas
- The challenges with proving a remote worker is not a form of ‘Staffed Agent’
Layli also shares with us:
- Her 13 year Journey in Immigration law and her experiences at a large firm differ from opening her own law.
- Business Advice: Treat clients well, the repeat business and referrals will follow
- His personal habits that she attributes to his success: Her proficient use of an Immigration database and case management system
- Parting Thoughts: Immigration is about people
hey, do you have a twitter?
Mark Deal says
My Twitter handle is MarkDealMBA. Layli does not use twitter, but she can be reached at the form above.