Event Date: Apr 24, 2018
Klasko 2018 Annual Spring Seminar
This year will be another eventful one for immigration. As we saw in 2017, the current presidential administration is working to discourage legal immigration, as well as increase enforcement actions against undocumented immigrants. There have been several proposed changes to U.S. immigration regulations that are scheduled to be published for notice and comment, in addition to changes in policy. Each will have a distinct impact on U.S. immigration, as well as on employers who rely on foreign nationals to supplement their workforce.
At this annual seminar, we will cover a range of topics with an optional session covering immigration fundamentals in the morning. More in-depth panels and breakouts will cover hot topics and trends that have cropped up since President Trump took office. There will also be ample time dedicated to issues and strategies on the topics concerning universities and students, enforcement and audits, and outstanding researchers and professors. We will offer insight in anticipating outcomes of the proposed changes, as well as strategies for long-term planning for your workforce.
Please join us for important updates on new regulations, proposed changes to immigration laws and rules, and practical guidance to deal with and overcome these challenges.
Who should attend?
- Corporate and University Counsel
- Hospital Immigration Coordinators
- Human Resources Representatives
- International Chamber of Commerce Members
- International Relocation Specialists
- University DSOs/FSAs