Delivering Clarity and Ease
We understand the challenges posed by the $8.5 trillion global talent shortage projected for 2030. In the United States, the talent shortage stands at 74%, with larger companies struggling the most to recruit and retain skilled workers. As skills needs evolve and talent becomes increasingly scarce, forward-thinking employers are investing in their people by reskilling, upskilling, and attracting foreign talent.
At Marks Gray Immigration, we focus on helping employers hire and retain foreign talent, empowering organizations to enhance their U.S. workforce and meet their talent acquisition goals.
Moreover, we actively support your Employer Value Proposition (EVP) by assisting in the creation of a customized, consumer-grade onboarding experience that attracts and engages skilled workers.
Our team utilizes innovative and customized corporate immigration law tools to transform foreign talent acquisition and design the workforce of your dreams.
We aim to alleviate the frustrations expressed by our clients, shifting their perspectives from “We don’t understand,” “We need help,” and “It’s complicated” to experiencing ease and clarity in the immigration process and fostering successful long-term relationships with their candidates.
It starts with asking the right questions to identify the right people and the appropriate work visa. Consider the following:
- Has your company sponsored any foreign national in the last 3 years? Everything is changing and we need to understand how much you know about the process
- Do you have a specific candidate(s) in mind? Can you share their backgrounds (resume, application, immigration status)?
- Does the position require a professional degree, at a minimum a bachelor’s?
- Do you have a job description, work location, and salary range to share with our immigration team?
- What is the proposed start date? Flexibility is crucial.
- Do the candidates have dependents, such as a spouse or minor children, who need immigration visa support?
- Are considering supporting a path to a “green card”?
To assist you further, we provide below: a summary of the most commonly used work visas and short and practical videos that address important considerations in deciding which visa type is right for your employees.