Third-Party Worksite Placement and H-1B Compliance - Recording (.MP3)

Third-Party Worksite Placement and H-1B Compliance - Recording (.MP3)

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Recorded On 08/18/2016
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format Web Seminar (.MP3)
SKU WS2016-08-11-DL

Advising companies on their obligations related to H-1Bs and labor condition applications (LCAs) can involve complex considerations. Getting a company to agree to fulfill these obligations at third-party worksites can be an uphill battle. Employers need to know that scrutiny is expected to continue in the form of audits from the Fraud Detection and National Security Directorate (FDNS) and the Wage and Hour Division (WHD). Our panelists provide guidance on conveying the importance of compliance to employers and identify best practices to help attorneys avoid liability.

Featured Topics

  • What Triggers an FDNS or WHD Investigation?
  • How to Discuss Compliance and Potential Ramifications for Noncompliance with Third-Party Worksite Hosts
  • The Posting Notice: What Is Necessary to Include and What Is a Conspicuous Location?
  • The Public Access File (PAF)
    • Providing the LCA to the Third-Party Worksite Host
    • Advising the Employer on What Must Be Included in the PAF
  • Post-Simeio Solutions Update

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Brian S. Green (DL), Toronto, ON
Brian S. Green is a U.S. immigration attorney with Guberman Garson Segal LLP in Toronto, Canada. Brian practices U.S. business immigration with a focus on nonimmigrant petitions and has an extensive background in compliance with H-1B, LCA, and public access file requirements. He has also defended investigations by FDNS, DOL, DOJ, and DOS. Brian serves on the AILA CBP Liaison Committee and has spoken at numerous local and national AILA conferences.

Delya Ghosh, San Francisco, CA
Delya Ghosh is a partner in the San Francisco office of Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP. Ms. Ghosh brings a wide range of corporate and family-based immigration experience. She represents clients of all sizes in industries such as financial services, biotechnology, retail, and technology. She provides strategic counsel on all aspects of corporate immigration law and compliance, including nonimmigrant visas (L-1, H-1B, H-3, TN, O-1, E-1/E-2, E-3, B-1, and J-1 visa petitions), permanent residence (including labor certifications, multinational manager, extraordinary ability and outstanding researcher immigrant petitions, and both consular processing and adjustment of status applications), naturalization, I-9 and LCA compliance, and corporate restructuring.

Bob White, Schaumburg, IL
Robert (Bob) White is a principal in the Schaumburg, IL office of Masuda Funai. For more than 23 years, Mr. White has represented businesses and colleges exclusively in the employment-based immigration area. Mr. White routinely gives presentations to businesses and colleges on various employment-based immigration topics. Mr. White is a member of the Leadership Team of NAFSA: Association of International Educator's Region V, and a regulatory ombudsman for NAFSA. He was also the AILA Chicago Chapter Chair. Mr. White is currently a member of AILA's DOL Liaison Committee and AILA's SSA/DMV/SAVE Taskforce.

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