The “Other” Work Visas: H-2s, J-1s, and H-3s - Recording (.MP3)

The “Other” Work Visas: H-2s, J-1s, and H-3s - Recording (.MP3)

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Recorded 11/15/2016
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
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SKU WS2016-11-15-DL

Once the H-1B quota is exhausted, practitioners should consider non-traditional temporary work visas that give U.S. employers access to talent. This group of experts will discuss unskilled, highly skilled, and professional workers who meet the “seasonal,” “peak load,” and “one-time occurrence” needs of U.S. employers. The speakers also will compare the following types of noncitizens who could gain training through the J or H-3 training programs: entry-level, young, and not-so-young professionals.

Featured Topics

  • The New H-2B Regulations 66,000 Visas Later: What Works and What Doesn’t?
  • Timing: The Employer’s “Season,” When to Get a Prevailing Wage Determination, and When to File with DOL and USCIS
  • How to Get Boots on the Ground: Group Processing for H-2Bs at U.S. Consulates
  • Nuanced Understanding: “Seasonal,” “Peak Load,” and “One-Time Occurrence”
  • Training Programs: Selecting a J-1 Program and Drafting J-1 and H-3 Training Plans
  • “Temporary” for H-2s, J-1s, and H-3s: Intent to Return and Unrelinquished Domicile
  • Can the Employee Obtain Permanent Residence?


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Faculty

Faculty

Loan T. Huynh (DL), AILA DOL Liaison Committee Vice Chair, Minneapolis, MN
Loan T. Huynh is a shareholder at Fredrikson & Byron and has practiced immigration law for over 20 years. She focuses on employment-based immigration, corporate immigration compliance, and global mobility solutions for employers, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to mid-size companies, entrepreneurs/investors, and family-owned farms by developing practical immigration policy and strategies to meet their global mobility and immigration goals. She partners with her clients in finding creative work visa solutions to meet their labor force needs, including the use of the H-1B for specialty occupations, L-1 intra-company visas for multinational employees, E-1/E-2 investor/trader visas, B1/H-3/J-1 trainee visas, and temporary H-2A agricultural and H-2B temporary nonagricultural visas. She is a member of the Board of Advocates for Human Rights and the Board of Trustee of the American Immigration Council. She currently serves on AILA’s DOL Liaison Committee. She is a frequent speaker at national conferences and has written extensively on immigration issues.

George N. Lester IV, Boston, MA
George N. Lester IV has over 20 years of experience practicing in the field of U.S. immigration and nationality law, advising diverse U.S. and multinational companies seeking to hire foreign professionals, scientists, business persons, and artists, and representing them in all procedures to obtain temporary or permanent immigration status before relevant U.S. government agencies. In addition to providing immigration representation and account management services to corporate clients, George has extensive experience advising companies on immigration-related compliance, including representing clients in government investigations, and in assisting clients in Congressional advocacy for H-1B and H-2B visa programs.

Jeanne M. Malitz, San Diego, CA
Jeanne M. Malitz is the principal of Malitzlaw, Inc. which focuses on employment-based immigration matters with an emphasis on permanent and temporary labor certification for agricultural employers. Her practice also includes counseling on employment verification including E-Verify and I-9-related issues. Ms. Malitz actively participates in advocacy for immigration reform through national committee work on behalf of AILA and the National Council of Agricultural Employers (NCAE). She is a member of the AILA DOL Liaison Committee and chaired the H-2A Committee for the NCAE. She frequently presents and writes on immigration-related topics. Ms. Malitz received her B.A. degree from the University of San Diego, and her J.D. degree from the Boston University School of Law.
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