Employers and HR

Office of Special Counsel for Immigration Related Unfair Employment Practices

The Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC) enforces the anti-discrimination provision (§ 274B) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. § 1324b.

This federal law prohibits:

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Guestbook Entry for KL, United States

Name: 
KL
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VA
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I have worked with Mr. Khanna and his staff on H-1B and green card applications for a few of my employees over the last 4 years.  Never having done this before previously and with very limited knowledge of the immigration arena, I have found all of the staff members to be extremely helpful!  There is never a time where I can’t ask questions or seek guidance.  Communication is very important and they never dissapear on me.  Rather than it feeling like a client-lawyer relationship, I feel like it is more of a partnership.  They are here to make the process smooth and as painless as possible.  I would recommend their services to anyone who is in need, whether it be an individual or an employer.   

Guestbook Entry for Raja R. Iyengar, United States

Name: 
Raja R. Iyengar
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Virginia
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United States
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www.ebizlabs.com
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Rajiv and his team bring an unprecedented level of expertise in the matters relating to immigration, and I, personally, and my organization have used their services on a number of occasions with a 100% success rate. The principal reason is their mastery of the overall process in general, but more importantly their keen understanding of the subtleties and nuances of unique circumstances that need special treatment/attention. We are gung-ho on them and have no hesitation in recommending them to anyone.

Employers Must Use Revised Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) reminds employers that they must use the revised Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification (Revision 03/08/13)N for all new hires and reverifications. All employers are required to complete and retain a Form I-9 for each employee hired to work in the United States.

The revision date of the new Form I-9 is printed on the lower left corner of the form. Employers should not complete a new Form I-9 for existing employees, however, if a properly completed Form I-9 is already on file.

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Guestbook Entry for Gebre Haile, United States

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Gebre Haile
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Virgina
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United States
Homepage: 
www.nileti.com
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We have known Mr. Khanna and his firm for many years.  We contact The Law Offices of Rajiv S. Khanna primarily to receive expert advice on H1B petition including transfer. 

Mr. Khanna is very experience counsel and his continued advice to our firm as well as our potential employees is greatly appreciated.  Besides performing well at his duty, we found Mr Khanna and his team including Anna Baker to be a great source of information on H1B and more. Mr Khanna and Ms Baker are always willing to provide professional immigration advice to business owners like us over and above their normal call of duty.  Hence I fully recommend Mr Khanna’s firm to provide immigration services to employers and its potential hires that may require work visa including H1B.  

USCIS Revises Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9

Revisions include new user-friendly instructions for completing Form I-9

WASHINGTON - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today published a revised Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 for use. All employers are required to complete a Form I-9 for each employee hired in the United States.

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