The ThreeBestRated.com selected attorney, Trinidad Galdean, as one of the 3 Best Employment Lawyers in Wichita, Kansas. The site uses its 50-Point Inspection that includes “checking customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, and cost to the general excellence.” Trinidad was the only individual attorney selected. Trinidad represents businesses, management and individuals in employment and immigration legal matters. While he is licensed in Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Iowa, and Nebraska, Trinidad represents clients throughout the U.S.
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With 25 years of legal experience, Trinidad is a frequent speaker on employment and immigration topics to Human Resource associations, Chambers of Commerce, Municipal associations, and other industry associations in various states.
On March 18, 2017, a community in Wichita, KS took it upon itself to become more informed about immigration. The event was covered by the local paper. Over 100 people from various backgrounds attended the event. In any community, most people know another person that is somehow affected by an immigration issue.
Where an individual is in the U.S. with or without documents, the immigration issues are a daily concern. Many employers using the immigration visas to bring and attract top talent from other countries are also concerned about the immigration issues. In some communities, children worry about their parents and lives because of the immigration uncertainty.
To address the issues, it’s important to be informed about what is going on with immigration in the U.S. As referenced in the article, everyone from residents, law enforcement, and leaders want to address the issues in the best way possible for this community. Perhaps other similar events can help address people’s concerns. It will at least help people in becoming informed.
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The EEOC approved its new Enforcement Plan for 2017-2021. The Plan keeps the same priority areas as previous years but adds two more areas. It adds 1) issues related to complex employment relationships and 2) backlash discrimination against those who are Muslim, Sikh, and Arab, Middle Eastern or South Asian descent. The Plan and new areas will likely evolve over the next year as the EEOC gets a new General Counsel when the current General Counsel leaves in December. https://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/plan/sep-2017.cfm
For Businesses bring talented foreigners to the US, it is sometimes about timing. Getting the individuals into the U.S. can be important for the individual to begin work and the company to stay competitive. Additionally, quickly being processed at the Port, makes the employee’s travel that much less stressful. Now, an individual can secure their I-94 in advance to crossing at the Port with the online I-94 application payment. A business looking to address business immigration issues should contact an experienced immigration attorney. https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/national-media-release/cbp-makes-online-i-94-application-payment-available-travelers
Even with the new I-9 Form coming in January 2017, many employers use I-9 Software. The use of I-9 Software should also be compliant. The attached supplies information to address employer’s and HR’s compliance in using Form I-9 Software.
Happy Citizenship Day! September 17 is Constitution Day and Citizenship Day dedicated to all U.S. citizens, including those who have become naturalized U.S. citizens by choice.
Today, the Department of Homeland Security proposed a Rule directed at International Entrepreneurs. The proposed Rule is to help the U.S. “economy grow by expanding immigration options for foreign entrepreneurs who meet certain criteria for creating jobs, attracting investment and generating revenue in the U.S.” The proposed Rule plans to provide entrepreneurs an initial stay of up to two years to oversee and grow their startup entity in the United States. The next stage of the proposed Rule is to invite public comments over a period of 45 days.