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Visa Options if the US New Law is Approved (Los Angeles)

Immigration Protected content HR: Visa Options if the New Immigration Law if Approved. Watch webinar replay

On Tuesday, May 21, Protected content Senate Judiciary Committee wrapped up weeks of work on immigration reform by passing S. Protected content "Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act" out of committee by a bipartisan vote of 13 to 5.

Attention now turns to the Senate floor where Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) has vowed to bring up the bill quickly. Learn how the proposed law will impact your business, and what you can do proactively to prepare for the new legislation, should it be enacted.

Topics include:
* Immigration Compliance Programs
Protected content and the new Form I-9
Protected content Labor Condition Attestation
Protected content Detection & National Security (FDNS) Site Visits
Protected content Agenda - Mandatory E-Verify is it inevitable?

* Nonimmigrant Visa Options including the alphabet soup of visas
Protected content (E-3, H-1B, TN)
Protected content , Entertainers and Athletes and Accompanying Support Personnel (O-1, P-1)
Protected content and Staff (University/Research Organizations)
Protected content Agreement Professionals (NAFTA (Mexico/Canada), Singapore, Chile, Australia)
Protected content Executives, Managers and Specialized Knowledge Professionals (L-1/E-1/E-2)
Protected content and Trainees (J-1, H-3)
Protected content Business Visitor/Short-Term Assignments
Protected content Visas (E)

* Immigrant Visa Options (Green Card Options)
Protected content Card Lottery
Protected content Fast Track Green cards
Protected content of Extraordinary Ability in the Sciences, Arts, Business, Athletics, Education
Protected content Professors and Researchers
Protected content Executives and Managers
Protected content Labor Certifications (EB-2 and EB-3)
Protected content applications

Moderator:
Bernard Wolfsdorf
AILA National Past President

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