We continue our series on immigration policies. How is Covid 19 still impacting our Immigration policies?Is there still time to enter the H-1B cap subject registration lottery and what can we expect? What are the requirements for an L1 petition? How do I get an appointment at an embassy or consulate? Under what circumstances can my spouse get permission to work? How is Covid 19 still impacting our Immigration policies?
So many new questions arise for business travelers every single day. Join us on March 17 for our semiannual business immigration discussion with Laura Jurcevich, PorterWright .
Practicing business immigration, Laura counsels employers and employees on immigration matters. Laura has helped her clients secure permanent maneuver through the immigration maze successfully securing their ability to remain in the United States, both temporarily and permanently. Laura has represented colleges, universities, hospitals and their employees, in H-1B, TN and L-1A nonimmigrant petitions, E-3 visa applications, outstanding professor and researcher petitions, national interest waiver petitions, J-1 foreign residency requirement waivers, LCAs and LCA appeals. Moreover, Laura has represented employees in immigrant petitions, including K-1 fiancé petitions, spousal petitions and naturalization applications among others. With experience in the private and public sector, Laura has the knowledge to guide clients in a myriad of matters across varying cultural backgrounds. She is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
The event will include ample time for Q&A. If you would like to submit questions ahead of the event, you can do so during registration, or please email them to email@example.com.
DISCLAIMER: This session does not offer official legal advice, neither the EACC nor PorterWright accept any legal responsibility.