You’ve probably heard horror stories about ransomware attacks. No one is safe from these attacks — law firms both large and small are vulnerable. Now, in addition to the traditional cyber-attacks we’ve come to fear, a new wave of ransomware attacks are hitting law firms. With these new attacks, your law firm’s data isn’t just encrypted and held for ransom, but your clients’ confidential information may be released to the public when the ransom isn’t paid.

There are two key factors that ransomware attackers consider when choosing their victims: accessibility and high-value data. For example, large organizations like universities often have small security teams making them an easier target for ransomware. And organizations like hospitals and law firms have highly sensitive data that they’re often willing to pay steep ransoms to keep private.

The corona-virus pandemic has forced many lawyers into home offices where they must rely on potentially insecure, or at least less secure, internet access and personal devices. And as legal teams continue to work remotely, law firms are left wondering if their data is safe from attack.

But first, what is ransomware?

Ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts a victim’s files making them inaccessible until a ransom is paid to the attacker. The ransoms can range from a few hundred dollars to thousands, often payable to criminals in Bitcoin. One of the most common entry points for a ransomware attack is phishing spam. Phishing spam is attachments that are sent to the victim in an email, masquerading as a file they should trust. Once the files are downloaded and opened, this ransomware can take over the victim’s computer. Some other, more aggressive forms of ransomware exploit security holes to infect computers without even needing to trick users.

Holding data for ransom is the most common form of ransomware, but the latest evolution of ransomware attacks is being driven by a new form of ransomware known as Maze. In a typical Maze attack, the victim’s network is infiltrated and data is encrypted or made inaccessible. What comes next is what sets Maze apart from other cyber-attacks.

With a Maze attack, your data isn’t just encrypted, it’s also stolen and victims of these attacks are listed publicly on Maze’s website. The hackers then demand two ransoms, usually totaling between $1 million and $2 million. One ransom to get their data back, a second ransom to have it destroyed. If you’re unwilling or unable to pay the ransoms, your data will be made available to the public.

How lawyers can compromise the security

The highly sensitive data that lawyers handle make law firms a valuable target to hackers. Here’s a pretty shocking example that hit the news relatively recently: New York-based media and entertainment lawyers Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks have recently come under attack from the REvil (Sodinokibi) ransomware.

This ransomware is extorting the law firm, threatening to release sensitive files on the company’s celebrity clients. Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks are being extorted for a whopping $42 million ransom. The data at risk of being released to the public if the ransom is not paid includes contracts, nondisclosure agreements, phone numbers and email addresses, and private correspondence.

Ok, so not all lawyers have any celebrity clients, but all lawyers are responsible for keeping their clients’ data private and secure. And the longer we work from home, the more vulnerable our data is to ransomware attacks. So, how can you keep your clients and their data safe?

5 ways immigration lawyers can prevent attacks

The 2019 American Bar Association TECHREPORT noted that 36% of firms have had systems infected, and 26% of firms were unaware if they’ve been infected by malware. Larger firms are the least likely to know if they’ve suffered a malware attack. Security-minded legal professionals have been working hard to limit the amount of data that leaves their control and opting for encrypted, highly-secure, closed-loop systems for their most sensitive documents. Here is what you can do to help prevent ransomware attacks and keep your data safe.

1. Move to the Cloud

More law firms are moving client data and confidential documents from on-premise to cloud-hosted databases. Data is more secure when stored in a system with modern infrastructure and security protocols, instead of stored locally on an outdated system. Fifty-eight percent of firms use cloud technology to manage their clients and run their firms. The cloud provides the security law firms need to protect sensitive and confidential information. Physical security used at most data centers and routine data back-ups makes cloud-based case management software more secure than an on-site database.

2. Monitor email

Hackers exploit technical vulnerabilities via email because lawyers rely heavily on email to manage cases and interact with clients. Lawyers must be trained to monitor email for links and executable files. These files launch automatically when clicked, but applying software restrictions on your devices can prevent executable files from starting up without your consent.

3. Update software and hardware

Application updates are necessary and should not be treated as optional. Each software upgrade provides essential security needed to ward off cyber-attacks. Skipping software and hardware upgrades may offer short-term savings, but you’ll be paying for it in the long-term — loss of data and raised insurance premiums are just two examples of potential costs.

4. Invest in a foreign national portal

A foreign national portal (FN) is typically an interface that’s part of an immigration case management platform made specifically for the foreign national. Through an FN portal, the foreign national or their dependents can log in and perform various functions such as adding personal information, uploading documents, and in some cases view the status of their case and interact with their law firm.

The benefits of using an FN portal to manage immigration cases are numerous and varied. These portals give foreign nationals increased control over their information, which reduces anxiety and increases customer satisfaction. FN portals also guarantee greater data protection by allowing users to upload sensitive documents and otherwise interact directly with a secure, cloud-based portal with security built right into the process. With more access to their information, foreign nationals and their immigration lawyers might also exchange fewer emails, which increases the security of their communications.

5. Train employees on ransomware attacks

Believe it or not, humans are the main cause of most network outages and vulnerabilities. It takes just one human error to throw your entire law firm into chaos. But, you can actually train your employees to help ensure they understand cyber-security and best practices around it. Here are just a few cyber-security rules that are important to keep in mind:

  • Never click on unknown links
  • Do not open email attachments from unknown senders
  • Be wary of downloads
  • Protect your personal data
  • Never use USBs of unknown origins
  • Use a VPN when connected to public Wi-Fi

These steps will tighten your security measures and keep you safe from ransomware attacks.

How INSZoom can help

As data breaches at major law firms continue to make headlines, clients will begin to consider data security when choosing their lawyers And by extension, lawyers have to consider the same thing when looking at the technology they use, especially their case management platforms. Lawyers are obligated to protect clients’ sensitive information from phishing, malware, and ransomware. And INSZoom is built with that in mind, whether related to GDPR and CCPA, data organization, or more.

U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services is accepting applications for the Citizenship and Integration Grant Program, which allows organizations that prepare permanent residents for naturalization and promote increased knowledge of English, U.S. history and civics. The program offers up to $10 million in grants for citizenship preparation around the country. Applications are due May 15.

Many organizations need these types of grants to keep everything running smoothly, but applying for them is complicated. Fortunately, INSZoom can help. Immigration case management software helps businesses keep all the data they need for grant applications and reporting in one place.

Securing grants helps organizations provide services to their clients.

While the cloud offers you many everyday benefits as an immigration professional, it can also pose a security risk if you aren’t careful. In the right setting and with a strong provider, cloud-based case management software is one of the safest places for you to store your immigration clients’ information. In the wrong setting, it sets you up for lost work time and potentially leaked information, which in a legal setting, could be a violation of attorney-client privilege.

Knowing the use of the cloud is a balancing act, you’re probably wondering how to tip the scale in your favor and ensure it’s beneficial to you and clients.

“Using the cloud is a balancing act.”

The best way to do this is to start off on the right foot from the beginning, by asking potential cloud providers certain essential questions.

Where are your servers?

The location of servers matters because the laws of the country or state in which they reside control how the data stored within them is treated. Other nations have different privacy and information security regulations than the U.S., which could inadvertently open up your immigration clients’ information to third parties. It’s critically important your clients’ information is stored in data centers in America, so you can ensure the cloud provider follows U.S. laws and that you don’t make your client a target for cyberattacks.

Additionally, you might not think of it this way, but when you store and retrieve information from the cloud it travels, potentially crossing state or international borders. International regulations can affect what type of information can cross these borders, and you could unknowingly cause your clients’ data to be unnecessarily regulated.

How will my and my clients’ data be protected?

It’s essential the information you store on a cloud provider’s servers is both physically and electronically secure. A strong cloud provider will limit who can physically access its centers and will have disaster recovery strategies in place, including fire retardant technology and data redundancy in geographically separate locations.

While it’s standard for data to be encrypted while being stored and on the move, you should ask for specifics regarding the provider’s encryption protocol to ensure it meets your needs.

Immigration professionals need to know how their cloud providers protect information on their servers.Immigration professionals need to know how their cloud providers protect information on their servers.

How much uptime is guaranteed?

Many cloud users don’t put much thought into up and downtime, assuming their information is always available. However, no cloud provider guarantees 100 percent uptime, but the amount they do guarantee is important. Providers who guarantee only 99 percent uptime in their service level agreements are allowing for nearly 15 minutes of downtime per day. This doesn’t seem like much but equates to more than 87 hours each year. That’s 87 hours you might not be able to access your clients’ information. Providers who guarantee 99.99 percent are much better, allowing for only 52 minutes of downtime each year.

Do you provide training and on-going support?

You generally begin working with a cloud provider because you’re purchasing software. It’s best to have a relationship with a company that will not only provide initial training for the new platform, but also continue to provide IT support and further training throughout your relationship. Without these services, it will be your responsibility to find IT support through a third party or have it in-house.

How long have you been in business?

While history isn’t always an indicator of future performance, it’s best to work with a cloud provider that’s proven their worth. Ask about the vendor’s history, including how long they’ve been around and particularly, often they’ve worked with clients in the immigration industry, to see if the business fully understands your particular needs.

While there is other important information you need to know before forming a contract with a cloud provider, the above questions are the foundation of a strong due diligence process. By using these inquiries, you can learn a lot about a businesses, which can help you decide to move forward with them or look for something better.


Some of your clients may not understand their tax reporting obligations. You should inform them that they need to file a tax return each year, even if they believe they won’t owe any taxes.

Failing to file taxes or withholding income information can affect their immigration cases. For instance, permanent residents seeking U.S. citizenship will be required to show proof of their tax filings.

What they need to report, according to the IRS, is any income effectively connected to a trade or business in the U.S. or income derived from a U.S. source.

When informing your clients of their tax obligations, it may be best go further and recommend them to a local tax professional experienced in working with non-citizens.

Additionally, if any of your clients are leaving the U.S. and don’t fit into one of the exceptions, they must complete a sailing or departure permit, which certifies they’ve complied with the country’s tax laws.

Check back for more information on how INSZoom can help you manage your immigration cases.


Your client’s case can be harmed if they don’t keep their address up to date with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Not only must their address be accurate at all times, but your clients only have 10 days from the date they move to inform the government of the change.

Counsel your clients to tell you their new addresses prior to their move so you can ensure Form AR-11 is properly filled out and ready to be submitted within the proper time frame.

You can save yourself time and energy by using an immigration case management system with an address tracking system. Once your clients input their new addresses into the system, you’ll be notified of the need for an AR-11.

A strong case management program will also offer digital documents, so you can fill out and send the form to immigration services electronically.

Check back for more information on how INSZoom can help you manage your immigration cases.

Many organizations and nonprofits rely on immigration-related grants to provide necessary services to their clients. Without these grants, many organizations wouldn’t be able to pay their attorneys and staff or even keep the lights on. However, winning these funds is a complex process and there’s stiff competition, whether the money is awarded by a federal, state or local government, or even a private entity.

In most cases, the organizations need to report detailed information regarding their processes and clients, unfortunately, this information can be spread not only across different computers within one office, but through many offices around the globe. Gathering all of this data can be a tedious and painful process if the organization doesn’t have an efficient system in place.

Technology is here to help
“Immigration services organizations and nonprofits can utilize state-of-the-art technology to ensure every piece of datum is at their fingertips whenever they need it.”

Luckily, immigration services organizations and nonprofits can utilize state-of-the-art technology to ensure every piece of datum is at their fingertips whenever they need it. By investing in an immigration case management program, the organization can retain all of its client files and business information in one place – the cloud.

No waiting

Through cloud technology, the case management system is available to everyone in the organization at once, so there’s no need for information to be put in another system first or wait to be uploaded. All relevant information gets added to the program in real time, whether the staff member is in the U.S., India or anywhere else they can find an Internet connection.

Full integration

A strong immigration case management system fully integrates with the organization’s website, email, calendar and if necessary, billing system. This makes it even easier to ensure all information makes it into the cloud. Information added to the calendar can quickly be synced over to the cloud and vice versa. Additionally, important dates and alerts can be sent to staff members through their email, ensuring they get the message whether or not they’re signed into the program.

Immigration case management systems provide the reporting capabilities organizations need to meet grant application requirements.
Full reporting capabilities

While cloud-based case management software provides numerous benefits to any institution, immigration services organizations and nonprofits get the most advantage from the reporting options within the platform. Not only does the system provide ready-made built-in reports, but it also has customizable options so an organization can meet every specific reporting requirement created by the grant-awarding body.

Many community and nonprofit institutions have to watch their budget – running out of money isn’t an option if they want to help as many people as possible. A comprehensive immigration case management system may appear to be a significant upfront investment, but in the long run, will save any organization money by improving efficiency and reducing the man hours needed to gather information for grant reporting.

Data privacy is and has always been important. Most of the times data privacy is only associated with private information like account number, contact number, contact address, social security number, passwords, emails etc. People protect this information to prevent identity thefts. But for businesses, data privacy goes beyond that. It includes information that helps firms grow and operate, such as customer records, process documents, financial information. As more data is getting digitized, data privacy is gaining more importance. Customers expect data privacy and now it’s equivalent to a consumer’s trust in a company. Laws and regulations such as GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) are brought into practice to protect individual’s privacy as well as unify the way personal data is protected, stored, distributed and used.

Gartner (Source: Gartner Report – April 2019) expects that by the end of 2019, more than 30 percent of technology providers’ new software investments will shift from cloud-first to cloud-only and through 2022, the market size and growth of the cloud services industry at nearly three time the growth of overall IT services. With increase in cloud usage, data becomes accessible from anywhere and anytime. In order to protect your customers’ sensitive information, your firm must embrace a culture of privacy.

We at INSZoom take data privacy and security very seriously. INSZoom, Inc. is a Privacy-by-Design company and possesses ISO/IEC 27001 certification. We are committed to supporting our customers’ trust and confidentiality in their case management work on behalf of their clients. We continue to review and act accordingly to changes in this regulation and serve our customers as they strive to do the same. We work on utilizing the latest in technology and devoting ourselves to best practices ensuring that your data is always secure and always available.

With SaaS applications like INSZoom, responsibility to protect your customer’s data is a shared responsibility of you as a firm and cloud platform provider (INSZoom). GDPR and CCPA provide different rights to individuals such as the right to access, right to delete, right to restrict processing, right to portability and several others. The key here is identifying and setting up your responsibilities, processes, INSZoom application and any other tools from your ecosystem that can enable you to manage these regulations and provide trust to your customers.

INSZoom has multiple features that can aid you in data security and privacy procedures. Here are some key features,

  1. e-Consent module-Allows you to define and take user consent for Terms of use, Terms of Service during the case lifecycle.
  2. User access and role management –Manage your firm users and what level of access they can have to the data.
  3. Foreign National (FN) and Human Resources (HR) Portals –Provide secured data access to your foreign nationals and corporation contacts.
  4. Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) – Enable more than one mode of user authentication to ensure right user has access to the data
  5. Single Sign-On (SSO) – Apply your network authentication or access management to access INSZoom data. Provide this ability to your corporation customers as well.
  6. Policy and Guidelines Module –Publish your general and corporation client specific policies on HR and FN portals.
  7. Use INSZoom as your single record management system to reduce complexity and size of managing compliance.

How can a firm prepare for GDPR and CCPA?
  1. Centralize your compliance efforts
    • Identify key business stakeholders
    • Define the core compliance team
  2. Update and maintain your privacy policy
    • Map data collected by your firm and update your privacy policy, so users understand what information you are collecting and how it’s being used. Policy must tell users what personal information is being disclosed or sold and give consumers the right to opt-out of data selling. Policy should also include a description of users’ rights.
    • Align the policy with the GDPR and CCPA regulations and disclose it to the public.
    • Update “Terms of Use” in INSZoom with your policy language. System will prompt it and collect the consent from your customer when they access the system using HR and Foreign National Portal.
    • You can subscribe to e-Consent module which allows you to manage all policy consent documents/templates. Prompt the “Terms of Service” or other consents while collecting data and documents from customer. It’s an online seamless process and system will track the consent log for you. e-Consent module allows you to notify and prompt the consent again for any changes in policy language.
    • You can also use INSZoom’s “Policy and Guidelines” feature to publish your general and corporation client specific policies on HR and FN portals.
  3. Implement and maintain reasonable security practices
    • Build and maintain inventory of all the personal data collected by your firm. Maintain data in secure environment that allows the necessary personnel to quickly and easily access user information to respond to any customer request.
    • Identify internal or external resources for information technology and data security.
    • Determine any contractual information security requirements.
    • Determine best practices for securing information collected, stored or used by the firm.
    • Regularly review internal information security practices and document them; prepare a data breach notification plan.

    With INSZoom as your record management system, your data is secured, and all measures are put in place to maintain the security and privacy of data. All you need is to define your operational procedures. Refer to the shared responsibility model explained earlier in this article.

  4. Develop a process for responding to customer requests such as access to personal data and specific pieces of information, delete personal information, opt-out of sale of personal information
    • Develop processes to address these requests. Processes should be thoroughly documented; the relevant employees should be well trained.
    • Implement templates for customer service communications.
    • Log and track requests from customers and retain copies of responses.

    With INSZoom, you can maintain all data, documents and communications of an individual in one profile. Use HR and FN portals to grant access to the requested data. You can delete the profile with just one click. Your policy document can include these procedures and using INSZoom’s e-Consent module you can convey it to customers. INSZoom has a Broadcast Module. You can mass-communicate to different groups of customers with your policies and procedures. You can also use INSZoom’s Policy and Guidelines feature to publish your general and corporation client specific policies on HR and Foreign national portals.

  5. Update vendor contracts to comply with CCPA, GDPR
    • Identify vendors or third parties that receive personal information from your business and include appropriate contract terms to address GDPR and CCPA requirements.
    • Review vendors and their privacy and data security practices.

    We have our updated privacy policies published on our website right here and in  the INSZoom application in compliance with GDPR and CCPA regulations.

  6. Train your staff on compliance
    • Offer appropriate training to your staff.
    • Prepare templates and checklists for your staff.
    • Document the training process and how compliance with your policies is evaluated for each employee.

    Establishing a robust privacy and security framework is the key to developing a long-lasting and trusting relationship with your customers and INSZoom is and will be your trusted partner in getting there successfully.

‘457 visa change puts focus on skills’

‘Canada Streamlines Work Permit Process for Talented Skilled Foreign Workers’

‘Why the UK still needs new EU immigrants after Brexit’

What’s common in these news headlines? It’s immigration across the globe! Migrants and foreign workers have contributed 9.4% of the global GDP amounting to a total of $6.7 trillion globally making the case that immigration helps every country retain the best global talent.

However, business travel has been an issue because the amount of immigration and compliance information to keep ahead of and up-to-date is overwhelming for even the largest companies. Never-ending paperwork, decreased visibility into the expat’s immigration and compliance activities, increased number of phone calls on the status of the visa application process and meeting the work permit requirements are few of the worries that add to the global immigration process.

This cumbersome and time-consuming process can be transformed by leveraging technology that covers your organization on both the immigration and compliance fronts. That’s exactly where INSZoom’s Global Process Module has you covered with the following features:

  • Manage immigration cases for over 30 countries: The Global Process Module captures key data collection fields per case or visa type of over 30 countries which enable business immigration for enterprises and corporations.
  • Beyond visas:Compliance plays an integral role in business immigration. INSZoom’s Global Process Module does not merely consist visa details capturing capacities, it goes beyond by also capturing pre-travel and post-travel key compliance details.
  • Track expiration dates of visas and work permits: Immigration and compliance rules for every country are different and INSZoom takes care of that. Tracking expiration dates of documents with a consolidated view is exactly what INSZoom Global Process Module offers.
  • Reports, reports and reports:Need to run a report for all your organization’s expats’ visa validity dates? No problem, Global Process Module gives you the ability to run application defined reports at your fingertips!

The capacities of INSZoom Process Modules don’t end here! The module will be accompanied with additional features that are scheduled for progressive phase launches.

Business immigration and compliance is a hot-button issue today and INSZoom Global Process Modules are built to comply with every need of an expat from initialization to repatriation.

When foreign nationals apply for H-1B visas, their employers warrant the position follows the federal regulations that control foreign workers in the U.S. These businesses have submitted information regarding the location, responsibilities and wage associated with the position. These details are crucial to an H-1B application being approved, as U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has to be sure the foreign national will have a fair wage at a safe job and that the company isn’t using the H-1B visa to break up a strike.

What happens if the employer changes?

Mergers and acquisitions mean a change to the employer, and possibly a change to the terms of the foreign national’s employment, which can have serious implications to an H-1B visa application or a current H-1B visa.

The Labor Condition Application

If a merger or acquisition creates a new employer while an LCA is pending, the new employer becomes the successor-in-interest, and will need to wait until the U.S. Department of Labor makes a decision because the DOL doesn’t allow modifications. If the LCA is accepted, then the new employer can continue with the employee’s application and file a Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker, with USCIS along with proof the new employer is the rightful successor-in-interest.

However, if the new employer will have the foreign national work in a different location that is not in the same statistical metropolitan area, than it will need to submit a new LCA with that new location’s information.

“A successor-in-interest will have to file a new Form I-140.”
Form I-140

In general, a successor-in-interest will have to file a new Form I-140, even if the previous form is pending or has been approved. Form I-140 is for the purpose of a foreign national worker to become a permanent resident of the U.S. As it’s generally filed by the employer, USCIS needs to have the actual employer’s information.

The H-1B Petition

While the LCA and Form I-140 may need to be refiled by a new employer following a merger or acquisition, pending H-1B petitions do not need to be resubmitted. The successor-in-interest assumes all of the liabilities of the H-1B petitions and continues with the process.

The successor-in-interest may need to amend a petition if there are changes to the foreign national’s position, such as changes to location that would require a new LCA.

How INSZoom can help

Mergers and acquisitions frequently lead to corporate and staff restructuring, layoffs or new positions. With all of the changes and tasks assigned to the human resources department, it can be hard to keep track of H-1B applicants and where they all are in the process.

INSZoom can help successors-in-interest know exactly what’s going on with foreign national workers, and determine if any forms need to be amended or resubmitted to a government body.

Instead of manually pulling files, the HR department can run a report regarding current and potential H-1B workers, and can see in an instant what work lies ahead.

There’s little certainty when applying for H-1B visas, but creating an accurate and efficient workflow is the only way to ensure your applications stand a chance of being reviewed and approved.

Not every H-1B application will be reviewed by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and even fewer of those will be granted a visa. Numerous factors come into play for H-1B visas.

“To establish an accurate and efficient workflow you need technological help.”
Reduce the element of chance

USCIS receives more H-1B petitions than it can approve every year, and while there will always be an element of chance to the situation, you can minimize the risk of USCIS rejecting your applications. To give your applications the best opportunity to be reviewed, you need to have a strong H-1B petition workflow – one that is methodical and supports accuracy.

Only by following the proper steps closely can you feel confident you haven’t missed anything and that your petitions have a high chance of success after you hit send.

Consider how the process really works

For every H-1B season, there’s a maximum number of applications USCIS accepts. USCIS will begin taking H-1B visa applications on April 1, but it will stop accepting them once applications hit the 65,000 limit, which is usually within five days, according to the USCIS website. If there’s an excessive amount of applications in the first five days, USCIS uses a lottery to determine which applications are reviewed. The petitions not selected by the lottery or are received after USCIS closes the application period are automatically rejected.

However, not every application received will count toward the cap or the lottery. The first 20,000 H-1B petitions for foreign workers with the equivalent of U.S. master’s degrees or higher are exempt from the total 65,000.

It’s always important to get your H-1B applications in on April 1, but you also have a slightly better chance of receiving a visa if your foreign workers’ petitions aren’t part of the cap.

In addition to worrying about whether your application will be submitted in time and selected for review, it’s crucial your applications are complete and entirely accurate. Small mistakes can cause USCIS to deny petitions if they aren’t rejected due to the cap.

Manually keeping track of the H-1B application process can lead to a mess.
Let INSZoom help

To establish an accurate and efficient workflow you need technological help. While it’s technically possible to keep track of the many steps of an H-1B petition by using spreadsheets, a calendar and paper files, it’s inefficient and risky. Trying to juggle the many preapplication filing tasks for dozens of clients by using old-fashioned tracking methods is asking for trouble and could lead to displeased clients.

Without tools like INSZoom’s immigration case management software, you run the chance of losing track of dates, misplacing important paperwork and taking up precious time by searching for forms, organizing information and checking what comes next.

Instead of relying on slow processes that increase the risk you’ll miss a step, INSZoom’s platform offers template workflows and gives you the ability to create custom processes. Once you implement INSZoom, you can immediately start working with your H-1B clients through the platform. You can also create specific workflows for H-1B applications with special needs, such as applicants with spouses and children who need to apply for H-4 visas or employment authorization.

By investing in automated workflows and cloud technology, you improve your chances of remaining 100 percent compliant with immigration application guidelines, having your petitions in on time and receiving H-1B visas for your clients. With INSZoom, you can do all of this while saving time and reducing the stress of the application process.

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