Immigration Strategies and Updates

Recorded On: 10/15/2020

Join the Miller Canfield Team of Immigration Attorneys for a discussion on getting back to business handling immigration and compliance issues while obtaining and retaining a diverse workforce (COVID-19 to Post-COVID-19).  This webinar will discuss the latest updates on Immigration Policy to include:

  • The history and current status of the 2020 Presidential Proclamations under COVID
    • Travel restrictions - COVID
    • Travel restrictions - visa categories
    • National Interest Exemptions
    • Land border closures
    • Recent injunction re: travel ban
    • Commonly pursued categories not affected by the Proclamations, as well as current trends regarding those categories
  • Advancement of Priority Dates within certain Preference Categories under the October 2020 Visa Bulletin
  • Expansion of DHS Premium Processing program
  • Continued I-9 flexibility under COVID
  • H-1B furloughs/unemployment benefits
  • Changes to F/J/I visa categories
  • DOL/DHS interim rules regarding wage level increases and strengthening of H-1B regulations

This webinar will be recorded and available on-demand shortly after live webinar. 

Julianne Cassin Sharp

Principle - Leader Immigration Team, Miller Canfield

Julianne Cassin Sharp leads Miller Canfield’s Immigration practice team. She has represented multinational companies across numerous industries in the area of employment-based immigration for 19 years, as well as represented individuals and families in the area of family-based immigration law throughout that time.  Her areas of expertise include but are not limited to immigrant petitions, nonimmigrant petitions, foreign labor PERM certification, adjustment of status applications, waivers, naturalization, consular processing, and advising companies on corporate compliance audits and risk assessment (DOJ investigations, as well as I-9 Audits including issues of employment eligibility, use of E-verify, and determining risk of government sanctions and penalties). Julianne has represented clients in the U.S. Immigration Court and before all branches of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Elizabeth Baker

Associate, Miller Canfield

Beth Baker is an employment-based immigration attorney with hands-on experience managing the nonimmigrant, immigrant, PERM labor certification and permanent residence process for large, multinational clients. Her experience includes managing multiple batch PERM recruitment and filings, and advising and counseling Fortune 500 clients and start-ups in the IT, engineering, and architecture industries regarding H-1B and LCA compliance issues. She is experienced with internal personnel management responsibilities, corporate client onboarding and fee negotiations as well as consular processing and family-based immigration services such as I-130 filings.

Kevin Wang

Associate, Miller Canfield

Kevin Wang's practice covers a wide range of employment-based immigration matters. He represents U.S. companies from start-ups to multinational corporations navigating the various temporary visa and green card categories for their foreign national workforce. He regularly advises and works with companies to ensure regulatory compliance throughout the PERM Labor Certification process. Kevin also advises companies on worksite compliance issues, including E-Verify and I-9 compliance, and H-1B Labor Condition Application compliance.

One (1) HR (General) recertification credit hour for PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.

One (1) PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.

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