Demystifying Business Immigration Law

Join us for a complimentary 90-minute webinar on immigration issues in the workplace. The information will be of particular interest to in-house counsel, human resources professionals, and corporate executives and business owners. This webinar features a panel of national immigration experts who will provide guidance and best practices on the most critical immigration issues facing employers. Topics include:

  • I-9 compliance audits and state laws mandating the use of E-Verify
  • Customs & Border Protection (CBP): implementation of the Electronic I-94 system
  • H-1Bs and Labor Condition Applications: trends, processing, and compliance
  • Multinational and Treaty Investor/Trader Visa applicants: Updates on E registration and blanket L Visa petitions; trends in USCIS L-1A/L-1B adjudication; and L site visits
  • Green card processing trends: the surge in PERM audits and continuing issues with educational equivalencies

Agenda: Monday, May 19, 2014
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. MDT

Location: Webinar Only

Speakers:

  • Todd P. Photopulos, Moderator, Butler Snow, Memphis, TN
  • Gabrielle M. Buckley, Vedder Price, Chicago, IL
  • Teri A. Simmons, Arnall Golden Gregory, Atlanta, GA
  • Sarah Lea Tobocman, Gunster, Yoakley and Stewart, Miami, FL
  • Roger Y. Tsai, Holland and Hart, Salt Lake City, UT

To register online please click here.

Questions? Contact Linda Henderson at mailto:leh@employmentlawalliance.com.

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