Immigration Consequences of Corporate Reorganization
May 8, 2018
02:00 PM (ET)
|Format||Live Web Seminar|
Many panels have addressed due diligence and both nonimmigrant and immigrant visa assessments required when immigration counsel is informed of an upcoming merger or acquisition. However, this panel of experts will focus on the immigration consequences of post-closing reorganization (e.g., entity consolidation, domestic office moves, foreign office closures, etc.).
- How to Handle Assumption Affidavit for H-1Bs When Post-Closing Plans Are Vague
- Impact of Foreign Office Closure on L-1s and EB-1 Multinational Manager Petitions
- Domestic Office Moves and/or Closures: When Are H-1B Amendments Avoidable?
- PERM and I-140 Strategies to Plan for Potential Corporate Reorganization
Tiffany B. Hill (DL), San Francisco, CA
Tiffany Hill grew up spending afternoons in her father's immigration law office. However, it was her experience as a U.S. State Department intern with the Consular Section in Manila, Philippines, that inspired her to pursue an immigration law practice herself. She was moved by the challenges visa applicants faced, particularly at a high volume, high fraud post, and was intellectually drawn to supporting clients in navigating our complex immigration process. Ms. Hill is a New Jersey native who relocated to the Bay Area in 2007. Ms. Hill represents fast-growing, mid-size corporate clients counseling them on how to establish competitive programs and scalable systems. Her practice covers both U.S. nonimmigrant (H-1B, L-1, TN, E-3, H-1B1) and immigrant (PERM, I-140 EB-1/EB-2/EB-3, AOS) petitions. Ms. Hill has helped her clients develop business traveler compliance tools and batch recruitment programs for PERM labor certification. She has also managed I-9 self-audits and electronic conversion projects from paper I-9s. She has worked with her clients' HR, Legal, and Finance teams to complete M&A due diligence, onboard employees, and forecast/monitor immigration budgets. Ms. Hill has been recognized by The International Who's Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers 2013 to present.
Nicholas J. Coenen, Chicago, IL
Nicholas J. Coenen is an associate with Kempster, Corcoran, Quiceno & Lenz-Calvo, Ltd., where he primarily focuses on employment-based immigration. His areas of expertise include several non-immigrant work visas and permanent residency processing for multinational corporate clients, medium-sized organizations, and small businesses/start-ups in a variety of industries. Mr. Coenen is active in the AILA Chicago Chapter, where he currently serves as Co-Chair of the chapter's CLE Committee. He has also served as an invited speaker at chapter meetings and the chapter's Business Immigration Conference.
Priscilla H. Muhlenkamp, Washington, DC
Priscilla Muhlenkamp is a partner with Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy's Washington DC office where she advises multinational corporations on employment-related immigration issues, focusing on strategic immigration planning and regulatory compliance. She has extensive experience in wide-variety of industries including information technology, management consulting, energy, non-profit, telecommunications and consumer goods involving all major employment-based temporary and permanent visa categories. Ms. Muhlenkamp is currently focused on complex, high volume immigration programs and associated compliance in the IT consulting space. She regularly assists clients with internal audits (LCA and I-9) as well as government investigations.
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|AILA Members’ Paralegals||$129|
|AILA Nonprofit Members||$129|
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|Nonmember Law Students||$199|
The Immigration Consequences of Corporate Reorganization web seminar takes place Tuesday, May 08, 2018, at the times noted below:
- 2:00 pm-3:30 pm eastern time
- 1:00 pm-2:30 pm central time
- 12:00 pm-1:30 pm mountain time
- 11:00 am-12:30 pm pacific time
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