Today’s business world marches to the beat of change. Against the ever-shifting backdrop of global commerce, two companies across an ocean meet; their interests align; they agree to mingle assets.
After the ink dries on the agreements, international employees in the old company are now international employees of the new. For these companies to achieve seamless change, the transition of employees holding U.S. visas should be given special weight by legal and human resources managers. Whether employees have a work visa of finite duration or a work authorization tied to a full employment-based immigration process, the impact of mergers, acquisitions and outsourcing cannot be overstated.
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