Who's Training Whom? J-1 and H-3 Trainee Options-Downloadable Recording

Who's Training Whom? J-1 and H-3 Trainee Options-Downloadable Recording


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Recording Date 11/17/15
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format MP3 / PDF
SKU WS2015-11-17-DL

The J-1 and H-3 trainee visas are often underutilized and/or forgotten as useful options for employers who want to bring trainees to the United States for brief periods of time. This seminar focuses on the pros and cons of each visa type, as well as the various considerations that should be taken into account when determining the best options for specific situations.

Featured Topics

  • What Is "Training" and What Actions Become "Work"?
  • Factors to Consider When Selecting H-3 or J-1: Need for Training, “Type” of Training, and Length of Program
  • The J-1 Home Residency Requirement
  • USCIS and Consular Post: Processes and Hurdles
  • Visa Application Issues for the Foreign National: Ties to Home Country and Career Abroad, Unavailability of Training in Home Country, etc.


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Larry L. Drumm (dl), San Francisco, CA
Larry L. Drumm is a Partner in the San Francisco office of Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP. Mr. Drumm handles a variety of business immigration matters, including employment visas for professionals, intracompany transferees, investors, and trainees. Mr. Drumm has an extensive background with respect to all aspects of business immigration law, regulation, and policy. He has federal agency experience, including numerous petitions before the Department of Homeland Security, visa processing with the Department of State, and employer compliance investigations by the Department of Labor (DOL) and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Lisa N. Ellis, AILA Board of Publications Committee Chair, Seattle, WA
Lisa N. Ellis is the Principal Attorney at Ellis Immigration Law, LLC. Her practice focuses on employment and family based immigration law. Prior to entering private practice, Lisa was an Attorney Advisor for the Executive Office for Immigration Review, a position she entered through the U.S. Attorney General's Honor Program. She is the author of Visa Solutions for International Students, Scholars and Sponsors (Thompson Reuters 2012). Lisa has written numerous published articles and is invited to speak regularly at regional and national conferences. She is the Chair of the AILA Board of Publications Committee.

Tracy Schauff, Troy, MI
Tracy Schauff has more than 16 years of experience in the area of immigration law. Prior to joining Fragomen, she worked for the University of Michigan as the Assistant Director of the International Center. In this capacity, Ms. Schauff was responsible for advising departments, faculty, and staff on various immigration issues and developing policies and protocols to ensure compliance with immigration regulations, I-9, and E-verify. Since 2009, she has also been involved in the development of Global Detroit, a program seeking to utilize foreign national talent to improve the economic conditions in Southeast Michigan. Ms. Schauff frequently provides assistance for families involved in international adoption.

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