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Alexandria, Va. - Memphis-based immigration lawyer Greg Siskind offers help to employers with his book released this summer, “The Employer’s Immigration Compliance Desk Reference,” co-published by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and ILW.com.
This plain-English reference manual is written for Human Resource professionals and others charged with the difficult task of guiding employers through the tribulations of immigration compliance. The book answers over 500 questions and includes valuable information on a number of subjects including I-9 compliance, the E-Verify electronic employment verification system, new state immigration laws, immigration issues in downsizing and merger situations as well as an overview of the visa application system. Siskind also maintains a companion blog for the book at
The book can be ordered online at
Amazon.com or through its publishers at
As an immigration expert, Siskind also authored the bestselling American Bar Association (ABA) book “The Lawyers Guide to Marketing on the Internet” and LexisNexis’ “J-1 Visa Guidebook.” He has also written chapters in the books “Immigration Options for Physicians,” “Immigration Options for Nurses” and “Immigration Options for Religious Workers.”
Siskind has been featured in top national publications including
USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Time, NPR’s All Things Considered, National Law Journal, Forbes and Modern Healthcare.
In 1994, Siskind launched Visalaw.com, the first immigration law web site and in 1997 he created the first law-related blog. Chambers and Partners recently ranked Siskind in the Top 25 immigration lawyers in the US.
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