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Workplace Site Visits - What You Can Do To Prepare

Published on February 27, 2017

Unannounced workplace site visits from DOL, USCIS and other governmental agencies are on the rise under the new administration.   Recently, employers have been asked to comply by granting on-the-spot interviews with company leadership, HR management, employees and staff.  These visits are expected to be conducted in several industries and it is important to have your employees prepared, including front desk staff, on how to handle a visit by a governmental official.

Our Immigration Group Chair, Janet Cheetham, recently returned from the 2017 American Immigration Lawyers Association Employer Compliance and Worksite Enforcement Conference in Arizona where she received additional insight to better help management teams prepare for a workplace visit, including a sample list of questions.

We have been receiving calls from clients about this particular issue, along with other immigration and employment-related concerns. If you would like additional information, including the sample list of questions, please contact any member of our team for assistance.

Janet Cheetham can be reached at 206.654.2235 or [email protected].
Amy Royalty
can be reached at 206-654-2260 or [email protected].
Joel Paget can be reached at 206.654.2215 or [email protected].
Marsha Mavunkel can be reached at 206.654.2253 or [email protected].

This message has been released by the Immigration Group at Ryan, Swanson & Cleveland, PLLC to advise of recent developments in the law. Because each situation is different, this information is intended for general information purposes only and is not intended to provide legal advice on any specific facts and circumstances. Ryan, Swanson & Cleveland, PLLC is a full-service law firm located in Seattle, Washington.

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