Answering Questions About Immigration Layoffs

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These are tough times. The country is in a recession and some people are losing their jobs. If a U.S. citizen or a Lawful Permanent Resident is laid off, they need to worry about paying their bills and finding another job. When a non-immigrant worker is laid off, they have more than just a job and bills to worry about – they need to worry about their immigration status and ability to remain in the United States as well. Our law firm has been asked various questions by our clients that relate to their immigration status and corporate obligations after a lay off. Here are some of our answers...

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