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Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group’s Immigration and Naturalization Law services include (but are not limited to):

We Represent Businesses, Colleges and Universities and Other Organization

Our Immigration & Naturalization Lawyers and Specialists have several decades of experience in working with employers to secure valid and appropriate employment status for their employees, and for their employees’ qualified family members. In this time of heightened scrutiny of immigration practices in the United States, our Immigration and Nationality Lawyers provide comprehensive immigration consultation services designed to help clients achieve their goals, comply with all applicable rules and regulations and thereby avoid immigration-related penalties such us the federal government’s I-9 regulations, which target employers that fail to meet strict work-authorization requirements for new employees.
We assist foreign-based corporations, entrepreneurs and investors who need to send certain key personnel to temporarily staff their U.S. operations, and frequently counsel domestic employers such as colleges and universities, corporations, medical institutions and non-profits that temporarily employ foreign nationals in various scientific, engineering, technical, medical and other highly specialized professional positions. Colleges and universities, in particular, frequently require legal services related to immigration.
Our Immigration & Naturalization Lawyers and Specialists work extensively with a variety of academic and research institutions, both to establish exchange programs for international students and visitors and to help secure visas for professors, researchers, doctors and scientists from throughout the world. NPZ adds value by helping the U.S. to secure the “best and the brightest”.
We authorize and obtain various types of temporary and permanent visas for a variety of professionals, including:
  • Foreign executives
  • Managers
  • Researchers and professors
  • International students
  • Foreign medical graduates
  • Exchange visitors
  • Professional and essential technical personnel
  • Scientists
  • Doctors
  • Post-Docs
  • Scientists
There are numerous ways in which non-U.S. citizen workers can be placed in positions with domestic U.S. companies and organizations, and it is therefore critical that the most appropriate and cost-effective paths be identified and taken.
Our Immigration Lawyers and Immigration Specialist Staff have the knowledge and experience to secure the proper type of work visa/permit solution with respect to clients’ long- and short-term goals. Furthermore, we offer our clients direct communication with our staff or, alternatively, an easy way to access an online case-management system so that they can track the real-time progress of their cases.
Often, the most appropriate initial path for non-U.S. residents is to obtain temporary status, with a subsequent transition to permanent residence status (green card) as needed. With proper foresight, this can be done smoothly and efficiently. However, and especially in this difficult U.S. immigration environment, this process does require very close strategic planning and use of special tools and analyses. David H. Nachman and the NPZ Law Group Team can assist you!
There are numerous categories of temporary nonimmigrant visas, each with various sets of qualifiers, specifications and requirements. Our Immigration & Naturalization Law Attorneys are thoroughly versed with each type and will identify the solution that is most appropriate.
The various nonimmigrant temporary visa types include:
There are many benefits of seeking permanent immigrant status (the green card) inn the U.S. The process can be arduous. However, it can be greatly facilitated through close coordination with qualified, ethical and licensed legal professionals.
Our Immigration & Naturalization Law Attorneys and their assisting Immigration Specialty Staff conduct the application process correctly, thereby enabling our clients to manage their time and money with confidence.
There several categories of permanent immigrant visa/work solutions, including:
  • Extraordinary ability
  • National interest waivers
  • Outstanding professors and researchers
  • Multinational executive/managers
  • Extraordinary ability and advanced degree employees (EB2)
  • PERM labor certifications for managers and skilled workers
  • Optional special (special handling) recruitment for university teaching faculty
  • Green cards for investors

Human Resources U.S. Immigration Law Compliance

The Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) investigates employers to determine whether they have violated prohibitions against knowingly employing unauthorized aliens and failing to properly complete, present or retain the Employment Eligibility Verification form (Form I-9) for newly hired individuals. Employers found to have hired unauthorized foreign nationals can pay steep fines for first-offenders and even higher fines for certain multiple offenders.
Our Immigration & Naturalization Lawyers and Immigration Law Specialists regularly work with employers to help them avoid such penalties. We review client policies and procedures in order to troubleshoot compliance-related problems, and where necessary help them develop new approaches geared toward full compliance with the intricate I-9 completion and recordkeeping rules. We work closely with HR Managers and Professionals at our client organizations.
This includes teaching employers how to properly use the government’s E-Verify™ system (formerly known as Basic Pilot Program), and training them on the proper way to respond to “SSN No-Match” letters and other enforcement-related challenges. When companies are subjected to government audits, our Immigration and Nationality Attorneys can, if required, step-in to help them avoid or minimize immigration-related fines, and to aggressively defend clients’ interests in any subsequent formal administrative hearings.
Our Immigration & Naturalization Law Attorneys and our Immigration Specialty Staff are deeply committed to helping clients achieve their employment goals while also fully adhering to all U.S. laws and regulations. Toward that end, they conduct full evaluations of employers’ employee handbooks, written and non-written policies and immigration sponsorships. They also work with employers to draft or revise detailed immigration policies, train staffers on I-9 compliance, develop overall employment strategies, and adopt proven “best practices” for full compliance.
We also assist Corporate Lawyers and their counterparts during the Merger & Acquisition (M&A) process to ensure that the I-9 Forms are appropriately being prepared and/or assumed in accordance with the “deal documents. If necessary, and in this regard, we also assist with the preparation of the appropriate indemnification agreement for the purchasing or selling organizations.
Family Sponsorship:
Our U.S. Immigration Law Attorneys advise, counsel and represent individuals with a wide range of often-challenging issues pertaining to U.S. citizenship and legal permanent residency. When international professionals or employees come to work in the United States, for example, their family members frequently require assistance in order to join them.
Our Immigration & Naturalization Law Team members have years of experience in handling applications for both temporary and permanent visas. We know precisely how to work through bureaucratic channels in order to obtain work authorizations for eligible family members such as spouses, sons and daughters, parents and siblings. We assist with waivers, provisional waivers and extreme hardship analyses.
Hidden pitfalls and roadblocks lie in wait for newcomers to the immigration process. In an accurate and expeditious manner, our veteran Immigration & Naturalization Law Team verifies eligibility, files the appropriate paperwork and monitors each case in order to make the process as easy as possible for our clients.
We assist with immediate relative and family-based immigration law case processing for marriages to U.S. Citizens as well as other close relatives. Our Immigration and Nationality Lawyers also assist with the preparation of Affidavits of Support and supplemental analyses associated with the support issues in any immigrant or nonimmigrant U.S. immigration law related matter.
To change one’s citizenship or to obtain naturalization in the United States is a commitment that must be undertaken with diligence, seriousness and, ideally, legal guidance. Becoming a U.S. citizen has long been difficult. In some cases, it may be best to NOT choose to be a U.S. Citizen. Our U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law Team works closely with highly-skilled International tax counselors to ensure that the right decision is being made for a tax, financial and future planning perspective.
In recent years, however, heightened security and the sometimes rancorous political debate over U.S. immigration policy have led to much closer scrutiny of the naturalization process. A veritable bottleneck in citizenship applications is one result. Those who would seek to obtain U.S. citizenship would do well to employ the professional and ethical services of licensed attorneys with years of experience in negotiating the immigration process. The same applies to those who would change their citizenship status through existing bureaucratic channels.
Our Immigration & Naturalization Lawyers and Immigration Specialist staff are truly committed to absolute adherence to the legal and ethical administration of U.S. immigration law and policy.
We guide applicants through the naturalization process and prepare them for each step along the way. Our goal is simple: to use our knowledge, resources and experience to expedite our clients’ applications—and help them to realize their dreams of becoming American citizens.
Our Immigration & Naturalization Law Attorneys routinely represent clients’ interests in the proceedings of various federal courts and administrative agencies. Our team has broad experience in representing clients before The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services, Immigration & Customs Enforcement and U.S. Customs & Border Protection.
We also frequently represent clients in the immigration-related proceedings of the Department of Justice, the Department of Labor, the Department of State, U.S. consulates abroad, and the Executive Office for Immigration Review and its immigration courts. We frequently lecture alongside representatives of these government organization to assist the public to understand how to “navigate the troubled waters” of the U.S. immigration law arena.
In business cases, our Immigration and Nationality Law staff draw upon the multidisciplinary knowledge of colleagues both internally and externally to gain a clear understanding of the industry-specific nuances of each situation. The sheer complexity of immigration law and the high stakes it often involves for our clients underscore the wisdom of one of our organization—to thoroughly and diligently prepare every case.
Representative cases of the NPZ Law Group Include:
  • Act as national immigration counsel for a large, publicly-traded media services company, providing immigration advice and services to the corporation and its numerous subsidiaries
  • Serve as exclusive U.S. immigration counsel for numerous India-based pharmaceutical companies, assisting in transferring key executives and technical employees to the U.S.
  • Advise a Canadian-based telecommunications tower construction company on transfer of key employees to the U.S.
  • Represent many physicians and other health-care workers seeking employment opportunities in the U.S.

  • Serve as immigration counsel to a medical college and several dozen academic institutions for both its faculty and students
  • Assist small and larger investors who have purchased businesses in the U.S. to obtain visas to permit them to work in U.S. and ultimately to obtain U.S. permanent residence status
  • Provide immigration advice to a performing arts organization as well as to specialty artists and performing artists regarding visas for those internationally renowned artists to perform in the U.S.
  • Representation of numerous Indian Bollywood Houses for the preparation and transfer of hundreds of performing artists for both small and large events for decades
  • Assist several International Real Estate construction companies based in Canada, in Israel, in Spain and in other countries with the transfer of key managers and skilled employees to the U.S.
  • Provide immigration advice to local religious and quasi-religious organization to allow for the smooth transfer of religious workers to the U.S. in both immigrant and non-immigrant status

Canada Immigration:

Since we are aware that U.S. immigration options are not for everyone, we have implemented a group of Canadian Immigration Specialist staff in our offices in New York and New Jersey to “open the door” to logical options for temporary and permanent immigration to Canada.
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