A basic understanding of immigration law is critical to a vast array of businesses operating in today’s economy. Foreign employees and their sponsoring companies will navigate a complex maze in the attempt to achieve the desired goals of the employee maximizing their ability to provide services and value to the company. One of various determining factors as to which pathway to attempt is whether the goal is an immigrant visa (also known as a “green card”) which may ultimately allow lawful permanent residence in the United States or a non-immigrant visa. The need for foreign labor affects various industries and applies to large segments of skilled, unskilled and semi-skilled workers in jobs ranging from farm to seasonal to high-tech. This webinar explains what businesses need to know in the current environment as well as how political and globalization issues will affect immigration laws going forward.
Jason W. Rubin, a Goldberg, Miller & Rubin partner, concentrates his practice in products liability and toxic torts and has managed the firm’s well-regarded mass tort department for two decades.… Read More
Christina is the founder and owner of Coleman Immigration, a boutique law firm focusing exclusively on U.S. immigration issues. Coleman Immigration works with corporate decision-makers and HR professionals at all… Read More
Greg Siskind is a founder of Siskind Susser, a national immigration firm based in Memphis. He is a member of American Immigration Lawyers Association’s Board of Governors and Vice Chair… Read More
Ms. DeBlaze has more than 20 years of business immigration experience. Prior to joining Vedder Price, she served as Assistant General Counsel and Global Immigration Director to a large, multinational… Read More