Kaushik Ranchod is an immigration attorney for families and employers. He is the CEO of Ranchod Law Group, a firm that helps individuals and families start a new life in the US by walking them through the immigration process and helping them navigate through the system. They are dedicated to connecting skilled individuals with companies who are facing a shortage of talent and helping them both thrive.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- When does National Interest Waiver (NIW) outweigh the labor certification process?
- Comparing the pros and cons of filing an NIW versus a labor certification
- How the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the labor certification process
In this episode…
If you’re in the process of applying for a National Interest Waiver, you need to prove one thing: that your application would be more beneficial to the United States versus them looking in the domestic pool of talents to fill the position that you’re applying for. So how does applying for the NIW process outweigh the labor certification process?
In this week’s episode of Top Talent and Immigration Kaushik Ranchod talks about the pros and cons of filing an NIW versus getting a labor certification, and the things you need to prepare should you decide to apply for both. Stay tuned.
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Ranchod Law Group has a mission to provide freedom and prosperity for immigrants and help more businesses to connect to top talent. The Ranchod Law Group believes that immigrants add tremendous value to the US economy seek to help companies grow with help from the immigrant talent that can contribute to their bottom line.
They also help immigrants navigate the complicated immigration process today. Ranchod Law Group has been in business for nearly 20 years in Northern California and serves clients nationwide. Contact Ranchod Law Group today for details on how the firm can help you to solve your immigration challenges. You can visit Ranchod Law Group or call 916-613-3553 or email email@example.com.
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