Going Global: Trends in Outbound Immigration

Going Global: Trends in Outbound Immigration

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Going Global: Trends in Outbound Immigration seeks to provide the reader with an overview of the ethical, practical, and business considerations when assisting clients in obtaining global visas.


U.S. companies as well as businesses around the globe now seek to move the best talent to foreign jurisdictions ot expand and improve their overseas enterprises. From Mexico to Australia, Going Global covers the intricate issues involved when moving employees from country to country. It also offers guidance on U.S. treaties and the Heroes Act, which covers tax issues for expatriates.


ISBN: 978-1-57370-284-3
April 2009
176 pages

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Table Of Contents

Preface

Index

Scott M. Borene leads the eight-person Immigration Group of the Borene Law Firm, a global immigration law firm based in Minneapolis. He has more than 25 years’ experience handling employment-based immigration matters.


In 2008, Mr. Borene was recognized as one of the Top 17 Corporate Immigration Lawyers in the World “most highly regarded” by other lawyers and in-house corporate counsel. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America in Immigration Law.


In 2002 and 2004, Mr. Borene was selected as conference chair of The Global Immigration Summit, the world’s largest conference of global immigration lawyers. He recently completed a two-year term as worldwide co-chair of the International Bar Association (IBA) Immigration Committee, the world’s largest global bar association based in London.


Mr. Borene is editor-in-chief of several AILA reference books, including The Global Immigration Guide: A Country-by-Country Survey, Thinking Beyond Borders: The 2004 Global Immigration Summit Handbook, The Global Immigration Guide: Crossing Borders for Business, Immigration Options for Academics and Researchers, and author of a non-AILA publication, Dr. Yes—Immigration Options for Doctors.


Mr. Borene is a past director of AILA and past chair of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) Headquarters Adjudications Liaison Committee and the Nebraska Service Center Liaison Committee. In 2000, he was awarded a President’s Commendation for “Setting a New Standard in INS Headquarters Liaison.” He is a graduate of Harvard University and Minnesota’s William Mitchell Law School. He may be reached at sborene@borene.com.

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