Corporate Immigration Compliance Institute

7007 College Blvd, Ste 460
Overland Park, KS 66211

About Corporate Immigration Compliance Institute

Our business immigration attorneys provide on-demand corporate immigration compliance training to in-house counsel, employment attorneys, and HR directors.

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Products by Corporate Immigration Compliance Institute

By Corporate Immigration Compliance Institute

The Form I-9 Employment Verification Form appears simple, yet the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has issued a 65-page handbook explaining how employers should go about executing it. Unsuspecting employers are often surprised to learn that failure to execute an I-9 properly can... Read more »

By Corporate Immigration Compliance Institute

A step-by step walk-through of the H-1B professional visa process. Who should attend: (1) employer's decision maker, such as in-house legal counsel, HR manager, or supervisor, and (2) the intended beneficiary of the H-1B process. Read more »