Mission Statement

GM International Consultants (“GMIC”) provides immigration document preparatory services to companies seeking to diversify their workforce and to foreign talent wishing to work for a domestic company. Immigration documentation preparation work is often an expensive and lengthy process but rest assure we have a 98% satisfactory rating from clients. GMIC, is not a law firm, and its employees are not attorneys in the event legal advice is required we will refer you to an immigration attorney in good standing.


We assist growers, farmers, harvesters, garden centers, and nurseries in which the typical positions are field workers, farm laborers, field laborers, pickers, packers, and harvesters. GM transfers some of them sequentially from one employer to another for up to 3 years, which provides employers a chance to save more money and provides workers a longer period of income. U.S employers have the opportunity to bring reliable motivated farm workers to fill temporary agricultural jobs. Employers must provide free housing, pay prevailing wages, and pay for inbound transportation and visa cost at half of the contract, and they must return transportation at the end of the contract. As your Partner, we carry as much of the load for our clients as possible, but the H-2A Agricultural approval process does require employer involvement, particularly at the start.


GM Consultants provides labor for seasonal, intermittent or a one-time need workers. The most common industries that we source workers are landscaping, forestry, restaurant, hospitality, maintenance, food processing, and construction (including: concrete, equipment operators, painting, roofing, framing, and drywall). As your partner, we free you of the day-to-day and uncertainties of a very tedious process. The H2-B process for guest workers takes approximately 5 months, from the initial application to the arrival of the employee in the USA and there is a cap of 33,000 workers so call us to see if we can help with workers for the season starting in October or April.


We’re a leader in finding Latinos workers to provide you with a reliable, motivated and steady workforce. No matter your industry, agriculture, construction, food processing, manufacturing or any other industry, if you’re willing to work with us and the legal foreign workers we source, we are sure to find the right workers for you. We have access to workers that have come regularly with legal work visas and others that want to come legally. We screen them to find a good match, and we are happy to help them to find a great opportunity in America. We also partner locally to offer them access and information to housing, transportation, grocery stores, and banking. We assist them to obtain their Social Security Card, driving licenses, and register the kids in schools. Our focus is labor positions in the construction, agriculture, and food processing industry. We help them settle into the U.S., so that they can become great workers for you.

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In the early 2000s the economy in Georgia was rapidly growing, professionals were relocating entire families to the state which meant an increase in construction for homes, schools etc. As a young accounting firm (see “Our Founder” below), growth was on the rise but the talent pool of bilingual Hispanic accountants was increasingly difficult to secure. Even as a board member of several Hispanic organizations that catered to young Hispanic students I needed to extend my outreach by offering foreign Hispanic students an opportunity to bring their talents to the United States. And for the decade that proceeded we assisted clients seeking to do as we were doing to meet labor shortage needs. Approximately fifteen (16) years later in 2016 the cries of the firms’ clients were answered and GMIC was founded. GMIC acquired the Immigration Assistance state license to assist clients/individuals prepare their immigration forms, gather required documentary proof or evidence as required by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and the Department of Labor (DOL) just to name a few.

Grace M. Lopez-Williams

Grace Lopez- Williams was born on St. Croix, United States Virgin Islands but did not grow up on the island.

Instead shortly after her birth her parents returned to their native island of Puerto Rico where she was raised as a Puerto Rican.

A fact that this dynamic entrepreneur is quick to ascertain whenever she’s asked about her birthplace.

For the most part Grace Lopez-Williams owes her strong and assertive attitude to her grandmother,

who raised her to always strive for success and never quit. These qualities are the foundation of her

success as owner of one of the fastest growing Hispanic CPA firms in Atlanta, Grace Williams CPA, PC.

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