News 25 Sep. 2020
Partners Borzu Sabahi and Timi Balogun to Teach Investment Arbitration Masterclass in Fall 2020
News 18 Aug. 2020
Curtis Welcomes New Corporate Partner Paul Bugingo in Dubai
News 26 Feb. 2020
Curtis Secures Comprehensive Victory for the Republic of Kazakhstan’s Committee of Roads
News 24 Jan. 2020
Curtis defeats $400 million investment treaty claim brought against India
Client Alert 19 Oct. 2020
International Insight: The 2020 Updates to the LCIA Arbitration Rules
News 08 Oct. 2020
Curtis gains recognition in the Legal 500 UK 2021 for Private Funds and Public International Law
News 02 Oct. 2020
Partner Antonio Prida participates in committee proposing changes to General Law of Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Mexico
Event 02 Sep. 2020
Partner Gabriela Alvarez Avila to speak in webinar on Specialized Topics of International Arbitration
Event 24 Sep. 2020
Marco Blanco, Co-Head of the Tax Group, teaches international taxation virtual course for the Paris Sorbonne University in Dubai LLM program
Event 08 Oct. 2020
Partner Charles Howland speaks at Center for Strategic Policy Innovation’s Clean Growth Incubator Rollout
Event 30 Sep. 2020
Partner Simon Batifort Speaks at the 10th Prague Investment Treaty Arbitration Conference
Client Alert 04 Oct. 2020
U.S. Insight: Update on Virtual Notarization (New York Executive Order 202.7) During the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic (Updated: October 4, 2020)
U.S. Insight: Update on Virtual Witnessing (New York Executive Order 202.14) During The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic (Updated: October 4, 2020)
Curtis’ employment-focused Immigration practice facilitates the transfer of executive talent to the U.S. and other countries around the world. Corporate, non-profit and individual clients rely on Curtis to take them step-by-step through the often complex process of immigration for high-level personnel assuming key managerial and technical positions outside their native countries.
Clients benefit from Curtis’ international platform to help obtain EB-5 and other visas, temporary work authorization, lawful permanent residence and U.S. citizenship through naturalization for employees and family members.
Our attorneys advise publicly traded domestic and foreign-based multinational corporations, and closely held U.S. and foreign enterprises, on U.S. immigration law related to the recruitment and import of foreign national executives, managers, and professionals, as well as their dependents.
Curtis lawyers offer many years of experience handling Form I-9 issues and audits, as well as work authorization and immigration issues that may arise during corporate changes and mergers and acquisitions due diligence proceedings, both pre-sale and post-sale. We also advise on complex Department of Labor, Justice and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) audits.
Our corporate clients come from a wide variety of industries including retail, food and beverage, construction, manufacturing, financial services. information technology, transportation, energy and the performing arts, as well as U.S. and multinational non-profit organizations.
High-net-worth individuals and family-owned businesses rely on Curtis to facilitate immigration for themselves, key employees and their dependents wishing to live or work in the United States. We help evaluate the benefits, drawbacks and tax implications of available nonimmigrant work authorizations versus lawful permanent residence. We also develop and evaluate tax-efficient expatriate compensation arrangements.
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