Immigration In a New Era: What Does it Mean for Employers?

2018-11-07 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
ATDC Community Room (Room 2525)
Address: 75 5th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA

Immigration In a New Era: What Does it Mean for Employers and Navigating Employment of Foreign Nationals in the U.S.

Immigration law is an ever changing and evolving set of laws that is among the more complicated set of statutes and regulations in the United States.  That has become particularly so over the course of the last year or more in light of daily changes as to how our laws are interpreted and applied to employers and foreign nationals seeking employment in the United States.  It is imperative that employers are provided with adequate information, so they can properly navigate the immigration laws and feel comfortable considering prospective employees who are foreign nationals, whether they are international students looking for internships, recent graduates seeking employment in the United States, or those already employed with a work visa in the U.S.  Come join us to learn more about the various opportunities available to the highly educated immigrant workforce and how employers can benefit from making their team that much stronger through immigration sponsorship.     

About Danielle Claffey​
Ms. Claffey is a partner with Kuck | Baxter Immigration LLC and practices in all areas of U.S. immigration and nationality law. She has more than ten years of experience in business immigration matters including nonimmigrant and employment based immigrant petitions, family based immigration, affirmative asylum, all forms of nonimmigrant visas, consular processing and deferred action applications. Ms. Claffey routinely handles specialized business immigration matters, including O-1 petitions of exceptional ability, national interest waiver and various forms of investor visas in the United States.  Ms. Claffey is also highly experienced in deportation, cancellation of removal and asylum proceedings before the immigration courts, as well as federal court actions in the U.S. District Courts.

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