Addressing U.S. Employment Immigration Law Changes & Seeking Temporary Alternatives Abroad
510 Market Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
With growing lists of restrictionist executive orders becoming law in the United States over the past 18 months, coupled with an antiquated system of immigration laws and partisan legislature, attorneys and human resources professionals must not only know the U.S. laws and regulations but also become well-versed in international alternatives to both short- and long-term placement of desirable employees in overseas jurisdictions while they wait to be selected in H-1B visa lottery, linger in administrative visa processing delays or USCIS adjudication, or await the U.S. legal permanent residence process to be complete.
Please join us for breakfast as our panelists address the latest changes to the US immigration system and procedures, and will examine placement of employees in Mexico, Canada and overseas.
This program has been approved for 1.5 hours of (General) recertification credit hours preapproval through the HR Certification Institute. "Addressing U.S. Employment Immigration Law Changes and Seeking Temporary Alternatives Abroad" has been approved for 1.5 hours of PA CLE by The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board.
Ellen Freeman, Partner-in-Charge of Pittsburgh Office
Adrian Ojeda Cuevas, Partner
Ojeda, Ojeda y Asociados
Pavan Dhillon, Attorney
Dhillon Immigration Law
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