Sweeping New Immigration Regulations for Highly Skilled Workers: Implications for Employers and Foreign Workers
Navigating Homeland Security's Final Rule Impacting H-1B Extensions, Portability for I-140 Beneficiaries and More
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide guidance to employment counsel for navigating the Department of Homeland Security’s new immigration regulations for highly skilled workers. The panel will explain and analyze significant provisions in the new regs and their implications for employers and foreign workers.
- Analysis of the new regulations
- Impact of the new regulations for employers and foreign workers
- What employers need to do in the wake of the new regulations
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How do the Department of Homeland Security’s new immigration regulations impact employers of highly skilled foreign workers as well as the workers?
- What are the most significant changes created by the new regulations?
- What steps should employers take in the wake of the new regulations?
Fisher & Phillips
Mr. Neale has extensive experience advising companies and individuals on the complexities of business immigration... | Read More
Mr. Neale has extensive experience advising companies and individuals on the complexities of business immigration law, including securing temporary work permits, submission of permanent residence applications, I-9 compliance, U.S.-Canada cross-border matters and consular processing. He has successfully implemented comprehensive proactive compliance programs in a variety of industries. Prior to joining his firm, he spent eight years as in-house counsel at Microsoft Corporation where he assisted employees, managers, business partners and other stakeholders with their immigration needs. He also held a managing attorney role in the Northern California offices of the largest international immigration firm, where he worked with a wide range of clients, from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups.Close
Ms. Sabagh is the head of the firm's Immigration Practice Group. She practices in the areas of immigration and... | Read More
Ms. Sabagh is the head of the firm's Immigration Practice Group. She practices in the areas of immigration and nationality law and litigation. She has more than 25 years of experience in representing diverse clients. She helps corporate clients manage both inbound and outbound employment immigration. She is a recognized leader in developing strategic business immigration programs and policies.Close
Paul W. Virtue
Mr. Virtue focuses his practice on global immigration and mobility issues. He represents clients on a broad range... | Read More
Mr. Virtue focuses his practice on global immigration and mobility issues. He represents clients on a broad range of employment-related immigration, compliance and policy issues. He has more than 30 years of experience in immigration law and related policy, regulatory, and legislative areas. Prior to entering private practice, he served as general counsel of the INS, was the agency’s chief legal officer supervising a nationwide litigation staff of more than 600 lawyers and providing legal and policy advice to the INS Commissioner and senior officials, the Attorney General, the White House, and other federal agencies on issues under INS jurisdiction.Close