New Rules and Deadlines for 2021 Hiring
In 60 minutes, you’ll get expert-led compliance training on:
The smart way to hire international talent.
A step-by-step plan to secure visas to hire the best from around the world
Understand the dramatic changes
New restrictions on visas are coming (or are they?)
Learn from the ultimate insider
A former assistant chief counsel at the Department of Homeland Security
The employment-visa system is facing a revolution
ALERT: If your organization hires foreign workers, you need to understand the dramatic changes occurring in the complex employment-based visa system. Major new restrictions and new deadlines—especially to H-1B visas—are being finalized by the Trump administration (and challenged in court). And a shift of power in Washington could further impact your ability to bring highly skilled foreign nationals to work for you next year.
Employment-Based Visas: New Rules and Deadlines for 2021 Hiring is an incredibly timely look at the options available for employers to bring essential foreign-born talent to the United States— for short-term visits, mid-term assignments and permanent residency.
This in-depth webinar recording is led by a true immigration law expert and Washington insider. Attorney Kevin Lashus is a former assistant chief counsel at the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Agenda for Employment-Based Visas:
- Outlook on the momentous Trump administration changes that could limit your ability to bring in foreign workers on H-1B visas. (It’s tied up in court … for now.)
- What the election results will mean to immigration law and your ability to use employment visas in the future.
- How to secure visas for short-term visits:
- TN, for citizens of Canada or Mexico to work in the United States in certain activities
- B1 (in lieu of H-1B), for certain short-term work projects or meetings
- H-2, for one-time, seasonal or peak-load foreign hiring
- How to secure visas for mid-term assignments:
- H-1B, for certain foreign professionals in "specialty occupations"
- E-1 and E-2, for certain workers involved in international trade or investment
- L1, for foreign workers employed by companies abroad that are related to U.S. employers
- O, for workers with special abilities in science, arts, education, business or athletics
- How to secure visas for these long-term workers:
- EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, for certain foreign workers with extraordinary skills or advanced degrees
- EB-5, for certain entrepreneurs and their families
Kevin Lashus is a Partner in the Austin, Texas, office of FisherBroyles, LLP. He focuses his practice on corporate employment verification compliance and inbound business immigration. Mr. Lashus assists clients in developing employment authorization and immigration compliance systems – including full-scale or localized IMAGE and E-Verify implementation protocols. Kevin previously served as assistant chief counsel at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, where he advised special agents on immigration prosecutions and worksite enforcement actions. He is board certified in Immigration and Nationality Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.Kevin Lashus FisherBroyles, LLP
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