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THE ABC’S OF US IMMIGRATION LAW FOR NON-PROFIT EMPLOYERS
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This presentation will help to clarify the types of work and business visas and work authorizations.

2/16/2017
When: Thursday, February 16, 2017
9:00 AM
Where: The New York Foundling
590 Avenue of the Americas, 12th Fl
New York 10011
Contact: Lisa Glass


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                                                                                                                                                                                                      This timely session will describe the different types of work and business visas and work authorizations currently available; the procedures and costs of obtaining those visas and authorizations; special issues faced by non-profit employers; and compliance with the immigration laws. We will explore how new Trump Administration Executive Orders may affect your organization and review best practice strategies for compliance with the I-9 work authorization verification and non-discrimination rules.

Presenters are Alice Stock and Dina Weinstein.

Alice Stock is a Partner in Pryor Cashman's Immigration and Labor & Employment practices. She represents for-profit and nonprofit employers to devise, implement and manage effective human resources and immigration strategies and represents them in investigations, administrative proceedings and litigations. Alice received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and has been recognized for her work in immigration and employment law by The Best Lawyers in America (immigration)(2016-2017), Who’s Who Legal (corporate immigration)(2016); The Legal 500: United States as one of the leading attorneys in immigration law (2015-2016); and  Super Lawyers - New York Metro ( employment and labor law) (2009-2016).

Dina Weinstein is an Associate in Pryor Cashman’s Immigation practice. She represents multinational corporations and small companies seeking immigrant and nonimmigrant visas on behalf of their employees. Dina received her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. She frequently writes articles on business immigration topics.

 

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