Employee Spotlight – Alfredo Ortiz

  AW Labor Solutions would like to introduce one of our great team members, Alfredo Ortiz. Alfredo is an essential part of the AW Labor team. Alfredo is a hard worker that learns quickly. He is very kind and will go above and beyond for anyone. Read more about Alfredo below: How long have you… Continue reading Employee Spotlight – Alfredo Ortiz

Employee Spotlight – Jennifer Galeano

  AW Labor Solutions would like to introduce you to one of our great team members, Jennifer Galeano. Jennifer is a great asset to the AW Labor Solutions team. She is dedicated to her work and is quick to help others when needed. Jennifer is a bright person and brings great energy into the office.… Continue reading Employee Spotlight – Jennifer Galeano

USCIS Extends Flexibility for Responding to Agency Requests

  In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is extending certain flexibilities through July 25, 2022. The extension will be used to assist applicants, petitioners, and requestors. This may be the final extension of these flexibilities. The USCIS will consider a response received within 60 calendar days after the due date… Continue reading USCIS Extends Flexibility for Responding to Agency Requests

Progressive Dairy on Labor Shortages Featuring Natalie Farmer

CEO of AW Labor Solutions and Farmer Law PC, Natalie Farmer, was featured in an article by Progressive Dairy. The article discusses the hardships the Dairy Industry faces with labor shortages. Dairy farming is a labor-intensive industry. Technology has overtaken most U.S. dairy farms, but farmers still struggle to find laborers and skilled workers to… Continue reading Progressive Dairy on Labor Shortages Featuring Natalie Farmer

COVID Travel Requirements

For those traveling in and out of the United States, COVID-19 may be a concern. You may be wondering how this will affect travel for everyone. The CDC has released new information regarding air and land travel requirements that may be helpful for you. All non-US citizens traveling to the United States must be fully… Continue reading COVID Travel Requirements

Ecosystem Asset Credit Opportunities Changing Quickly

Ecosystem Asset Credit Opportunities Changing Quickly The market for agricultural ecosystem asset credit opportunities, such as carbon, is developing rapidly, according to Economist Shelby Myers, American Farm Bureau Federation. “They’re changing regularly. I’ve changed this  presentation multiple times,” Myers said at the “Carbon Farming in Texas Seminar,” Tuesday, May 11. American Farm Bureau Federation Economist… Continue reading Ecosystem Asset Credit Opportunities Changing Quickly

NIFA Invests $17.2M for Ag Education and Workforce Development

NIFA Invests $17.2M for Ag Education and Workforce Development The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) announced today an investment of $17.2 million for 37 awards in Research and Extension Experiences for Undergraduates(link is external). This program is funded through NIFA’s Agriculture and Food Research Initiative. “Developing the next generation of… Continue reading NIFA Invests $17.2M for Ag Education and Workforce Development

The Origin Story: Natalie Farmer

The Origin Story: Natalie Farmer The story of AW Labor Solutions really begins years before we started helping agricultural companies scale their workforce and navigate the challenges of the legal workflow regarding H-2A visas and compliance in 2018. Founder, Natalie Farmer, remembers her childhood years fondly. “I have been involved in agricultural business since I was born. My… Continue reading The Origin Story: Natalie Farmer

What Should We Expect From 2021

What Should We Expect From 2021 With spring just around the corner and 2020 now behind us, producers and agribusinesses alike anticipate what is to be expected of 2021. The industry suffered the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic as the world reacted, quickly shutting down schools and restaurants to slow the spread of the virus.… Continue reading What Should We Expect From 2021

A Renewed Appreciation for the Agricultural Industry

A Renewed Appreciation for the Agricultural Industry As the year of 2020 passes, American’s reflect on where they assign their most basic needs and values. The Covid-19 pandemic introduced us to challenges many have never seen before and fostered a renewed appreciation for the factory workers and farmers putting food on tables across the country.… Continue reading A Renewed Appreciation for the Agricultural Industry