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To recruit and manage talent from around the world, as well as stay
compliant with U.S. immigration laws and regulations, it’s important to
understand how immigration fits into the bigger HR picture.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Council for
Global Immigration, an affiliate of SHRM, are presenting the U.S.
Immigration Essentials for HR seminar June 27-29 at The Venetian Resort
Hotel & Casino during the SHRM 2015Annual Conference &
Exposition. Preregistration is required; additional fees apply, and
Program attendees will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to:
Join Lynn Shotwell, executive director for the Council for Global
Immigration, June 29 at 10 a.m. on the Smart Stage in the Connection
Zone for a brief rundown on how changes in immigration policy will
impact your HR processes.
In just 18 minutes, Shotwell will tell you where President Barack
Obama’s executive actions on immigration stand, including the proposed
legalization of undocumented workers, new benefits for high-skilled
workers and changes to immigration processes being rolled out this year.
Travel to the U.S. can be complex and presents significant potential
liability for your organization. Entry under an improper visa category,
unintentional work without authorization and overstay of permitted entry
open employers to penalties that can negatively impact business
Avalyn C. Langemeier, a partner at immigration law firm Foster LLP,
will help you better understand and evaluate an employee’s immigration
requirements when traveling to the U.S.
Join Langemeier July 1 at 11:30 a.m. in Room N107 to help you
determine if an employee may travel to the U.S. as a business visitor
and how to evaluate employees for the need for work authorization. She
will also cover what is needed to determine if an H-1B visa is possible
and a viable business decision.
Roy Maurer is an online editor/manager for SHRM.
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