The global economy offers unique challenges to both large and small employers, all of whom need the right talent for the job. Immigration law is more than just securing visas.

Our immigration practice is committed to working with employers to ensure that they can transfer, hire, and retain foreign workers. Our lawyers have worked with U.S. Immigration offices throughout the United States, as well as United States Consulates and Embassies throughout the world, and can help you chart your course through the visa process.

We offer a full range of legal compliance with immigrant employee working conditions, wage protections, and discrimination liabilities that accompany those visas. We help employers of immigrant workers to respond appropriately to investigations regularly conducted by the Department of Labor, US Citizenship and Immigration Service, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Justice – Office of Special Counsel for Immigration Related Discrimination.

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Immigration Publications

Immigration Speaking Engagements and Events

Best Lawyers®
Immigration Law
2018

Roger Tsai - Immigration Law, Salt Lake City

17 Lawyers in Chambers USA 2017

17 lawyers recognized by Chambers USA 2017 in: Labor & Employment; L&E: Employee Benefits & Compensation; L&E: ERISA

Utah Business Diversity Award 2016 by UDC/SHRM

Salt Lake City office receives 2016 UDC Utah Business Diversity Award in the medium-sized business category - selected by Utah Diversity Connections (UDC) and the Salt Lake chapter of SHRM

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