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(June 2018) 2018 Changes to Immigration Policy(June 2018) 2018 Changes to Immigration Policy

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“Buy American Hire American”
2018 Changes to Immigration Policy
Holiday Inn
1000 International Drive
Budd Lake, NJ 07028
June 21, 2018
6:00PM – 8:30PM
SHRM PDCs: 1.5 approved
HRCI Credits: 1.5 General approved

Immigration Policy has endured a tumultuous year. With a new leadership came both disruptions to the status quo, and uncertainty about future immigration regulation and legislation. Changes in current policy range from executive orders and new court decisions to changes in administrative norms and executive guidance.

The Administration’s Executive Order “Buy American Hire American” is aimed at strengthening the American economy by focusing on utilizing American workers and products before outsourcing labor and materials. This has catalyzed changes to administrative processes within government agencies. The disruption in immigration processing in the new era is making maintenance of immigration law compliance more challenging than ever before.

Changes are being seen in all industries, and in particular the IT industry. Applications have now been subjected to more scrutiny, and companies who hire foreign students and nationals are finding that the changes impact their ability to secure work visas for their employees. USCIS recently released data that indicated that the number of H-1B approvals has decreased significantly from prior years. Although this does not correspond to an official policy change, it appears that USCIS, consistent with the express goals of the Buy American Hire American Order, has issued more Requests For Evidence after filing. This appears to have had a chilling effect on the number of petitions initially filed, and on employers’ willingness to hire H-1B workers at all.

Despite recent policy changes which make processing more difficult, attracting and retaining critical personnel is the number one challenge for most companies today. Companies must be more diligent than ever with regard to hiring and maintaining a foreign national workforce.  This program will identify the actual legal risks that might affect your organization and explain options for hiring in a more restrictive environment.

swhrmaNeil S. Dornbaum, a partner in Dornbaum & Peregoy, LLC, Millburn, NJ and Newark, NJ, has more than three (3) decades of experience; he possesses a stellar record of success and has been recognized in such publications as Best Lawyers in America; U.S. News and World Reports’ Best Lawyers/Best Law Firms; and Martindale Hubbell’s listing of Preeminent Lawyers.  He is a graduate of Temple University School of Law and has been invited to chair and speak at over 150 conferences nationwide on U.S. immigration-related topics and has edited  over 30 Immigration course books.

Please join us for an interesting presentation on how to navigate the new complexities of immigration while balancing the need to hire critical personnel vs. insuring compliance with complex and changing requirements.

Lessons

  1. “Buy American Hire American” 2018 Changes to Immigration Policy (Classroom Lesson) - View Schedule
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    June 21, 2018 @ 6:00 PM (Local Time) | Budd Lake, NJ
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