10 Solutions to Corporate Immigration Challenges

Employers are noticing increased complexity in the immigration process, especially when it comes to compliance, documentation and policies. Higher levels of uncertainty surrounding immigration today, paired with increasing employee anxiety, is a growing challenge for employers.


To understand what adaptations are within your control is to understand the key to unlocking an optimized immigration experience. Because of the bureaucratic nature of U.S. immigration, there are certain elements that fall out of the realm of control for most employers, such as already-submitted applications, wait times, processing procedures and increased RFEs, just to name a few.


Other parts of the immigration process are in your control, however.


Envoy has uncovered 10 of the biggest immigration challenges employers are facing today as well as some solutions to help you navigate them.


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Founded in 1998, Envoy is the technology leader in global immigration services. Envoy combines expert legal representation — for both inbound and outbound immigration — and proprietary technology, making it seamless for companies to hire and manage an international workforce. This platform empowers companies to acquire the best talent regardless of where they are in the world, mobilizes employees around the world to take advantage of business opportunities, and enables the management of their entire global workforce. Envoy has handled more than 30,000 cases and served more than 2,000 customers in a broad range of industries. Website, technology platform and administrative services are provided by Envoy Global Inc., a Delaware corporation. Legal services are provided by Envoy-affiliated attorneys. Please visit for more information.  ‚Äč