The Business Visa—A Global Perspective-Recording (.MP3)

The Business Visa—A Global Perspective-Recording (.MP3)

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Recording Date 02/25/16
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format Web Seminar
SKU WS2016-02-25-DL

“Do I need a visa for my business trip abroad?” is a common question many immigration attorneys are being asked as more clients are conducting increasing amounts of business overseas. Join our experts as they consider business visas from an international perspective. The panel will highlight common problems and pitfalls by discussing key issues in four major countries: Mexico, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Brazil.

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David Garson (DL), Toronto, ON
David Garson is the National Managing Partner of Guberman Garson Segal LLP in Toronto, Canada. He has been practicing immigration law for over 25 years and is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Immigration Law. According to the “International Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers,” the official research partner of the International Bar Association, David Garson is rated as “a highly regarded individual” in immigration law in Canada and “as one of the eight most highly regarded individuals practicing Corporate Immigration Law.”

Enrique J. Arellano, Mexico City, Mexico
Enrique J. Arellano is the founder and senior partner of Enrique Arellano Rincon Abogados SC, specializing in Mexican corporate immigration law since 1976. Mr. Arellano is a native of Mexico City and a graduate of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) Law School, where he currently serves as the immigration specialist on the university's Board of Regents Legal Committee. He speaks Spanish and English. He is director of the immigration studies committee for UNAM and the 2011-2012 chair of the Immigration and Nationality Law Committee of the International Bar Association. Mr. Arellano lectures frequently at national and international immigration conferences. He served as a member of the Immigration Commission for the National Development Plan during Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de Leon's term. Mr. Arellano is an immigration consultant for over 300 multinational corporations. In 2013 and 2014, Mr. Arellano was selected among the top 15 most highly regarded individuals in his field worldwide by The International Who's Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers.

Laura Devine, London, UK
Laura Devine is the managing partner of Laura Devine Solicitors, a boutique immigration firm with offices in London and New York and 60 staff members, which provides U.K. and U.S. immigration advice. Together the offices have been described as a "transatlantic powerhouse." The firm, rated in the top tier of all legal directories, and Laura won five awards in 2015.

Daniela Lima, Sao Pãulo, Brazil
Daniela Lima is the Latin America managing director for Berry Appleman & Leiden's (BAL) São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro offices. She has more than 12 years' experience in Brazilian immigration law, outbound immigration, relocation matters, business development, and advising multinational companies on executive transfers to Brazil. As managing director, Ms. Lima manages the Brazilian practice and leads the BAL global Latin America program. She is an active member of AILA and regularly speaks and writes on Brazilian immigration issues.

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