Changes to US Immigration Law affecting Business

26th September 2018
1:30pm Indian Standard Time

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Overview

President Trump took office with plans to upend many regulations and policies that affect employers, and through executive orders and regulatory activity, significant changes have occurred. The administration was especially aggressive in making changes to the immigration landscape, with heightened workplace enforcement and visa scrutiny, Visa Waiver Program restrictions, and the “Hire American” policy being just a few of the changes affecting the workplace.

In this webinar, Bennett Savitz of Savitz Law Offices will provide an overview of several employment-based nonimmigrant visa categories, including E-3, TN, O-1, L-1 and J-1. Mr Bennett will discuss:

  • Recent changes in US immigration law
  • Types of immigrant and non-immigrant business visas
  • Basic requirements of each visa type
  • Timing
  • Spouse work authorization
  • Government adjudication trends
  • Consular Processing issues and extreme vetting of visa applicants through social media and other means

Times:

  • India – 1:30pm
  • China / Hong Kong / Philippines / Singapore – 4:00pm
  • Ghana – 8:00am
  • Nigeria – 9:00am
  • United Arab Emirates – Midday
  • United Kingdom – 9:00am
  • United States of America (EST) – 4:00am

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