Immigration Solutions for Allied Health Care Professionals - Recording (.MP3)

Immigration Solutions for Allied Health Care Professionals - Recording (.MP3)

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Recorded 1/24/2017
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format MP3r
SKU WS2017-01-24-DL

Qualified health care workers are always in demand. U.S. hospitals, clinics, and labs often must search abroad to fill their staffing needs. To hire work-authorized nurses, therapists, audiologists, medical technicians, and technologists, employers use a variety of immigrant and nonimmigrant visa strategies. Our panelists will discuss a broad cross-section of visa options for employers seeking to bring health care professionals to the United States quickly.

Featured Topics

  • State License Requirements and Visa Screen Certificates for Allied Health Care Professionals
  • Nonimmigrant Visa Options: Hurdles to Temporary Visa Issuance for Nurses and Allied Health Care Professionals
  • Review of New FCCPT Requirements for Physical Therapists
  • Permanent Residence Strategies
  • Consular Processing for Immigrant or Nonimmigrant Visas
  • Alternative and Telemedicine: Could My Chinese Acupuncturist Be Granted O-1, TN, R-1, or P-3 Classification?

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David A. M. Ware (DL), AILA Health Care Professionals Committee Chair, Metairie, LA
David A. M. Ware has over 34 years' experience in representing universities and their students, faculty, and staff, as well as companies and individuals. For many years he has been selected to the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, and has been selected as one of the "Best Lawyers in America" since 2000. Mr. Ware is a recognized leader among immigration attorneys in practice areas of interest to universities and he currently serves as a mentor in these areas for other immigration attorneys through AILA. He regularly serves as an expert speaker and author for both AILA and NAFSA national and regional conferences, and at the meetings of other academically-oriented organizations such as NACUA, AIEA, and the Federal Bar Association.

Jennifer Minear, AILA Treasurer, Richmond, VA
Jennifer Minear is a director in the Immigration Practice Group of McCandlish Holton, PC, in Richmond, VA, where her practice focuses on business immigration. She is listed in the International Who's Who of Corporate Immigration Attorneys and was named as an "Influential Woman of Virginia" by Virginia Lawyers Media in 2014. Ms. Minear is a frequent author and speaker for AILA, and currently serves as the AILA Treasurer.

Amy Erlbacher-Anderson, Omaha, NE
Amy Erlbacher-Anderson is a partner in Baird Holm LLP's Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Law Practice Group, practicing primarily in the area of employment-based immigration. Ms. Erlbacher-Anderson graduated from the Creighton University School of Law. Prior to entering private practice, she practiced tax law overseas. Ms. Erlbacher-Anderson is included in Great Plains Super Lawyers and has been listed in Best Lawyers in America since 2007, for her work in immigration. She currently serves on the 2017 AILA Midwinter Conference Committee and is a past chapter chair and member of AILA's Nebraska Service Center Liaison, Vermont Service Center Liaison, Annual Conference, Nominating, and Bylaws committees, and is active in the IMG Taskforce.

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