|Live Event Date: 11/17/2022|
|Web Seminar||90 min.||Yes|
Remote work opportunities continue to increase due to the pandemic. What are the legal obligations of both petitioners and end-clients when dealing with peripatetic nonimmigrant employees? The panelists for this intermediate seminar will provide a refresher on the baseline requirements for roving and third-party placement visa compliance. They also will share insight on the effect of current shifts in corporate culture and the definition of “worksite.”
- Which Visa Categories Are Impacted by Changes in the Worksite?
- Actions Required (and When to Maintain Compliance) with Changing Worksites
- Application of Matter of Simeio
- Strategically Addressing the Multi-Worksite Issue
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Adam D. Smith (DL), Houston, TX
Adam D. Smith is a senior associate with Berry Appleman and Leiden LLP. He provides strategic counsel to clients on all aspects of corporate and business immigration, working with organizations in the oil and gas, aerospace, and technology industries. His practice focuses on employment-based immigration matters, including assisting companies and their employees with their non-immigrant and immigrant visa matters. Adam received his J.D. from South Texas College of Law (2011).
Loan T. Huynh, AILA DOL Liaison Committee, Minneapolis, MN
Loan T. Huynh is Chair of the Immigration Department at Fredrikson & Byron and has practiced immigration law for 20+ years. She focuses on employment-based immigration, corporate immigration compliance and global mobility solutions for employers. She’s served on AILA’s DOL Liaison Committee since 2015 and was the 2016-2019 H-2 Vice Chair. Loan was named Best Lawyers’ Immigration Law “Lawyer of the Year” in Minneapolis. She received the 2019 Hennepin County Bar Association’s Excellence Award for her work on inclusion & diversity in the legal community. She’s on the board of the Advocates for Human Rights and co-founded the Women of Color in the Law Forum.
Kaitlyn Dhar, Miami, FL
Kaitlyn Dhar is an Associate with Erickson Immigration Group. She is a current board of director of the AILA South Florida Chapter and currently serves as vice-chair of AILA South Florida’s New Members Division Education & Mentoring committee and a member of AILA National’s Online Course Review committee. Ms. Dhar received her J.D. from South Texas College of Law Houston (2016).
Jessica Lee Young, Fairfax, VA
Jessica Lee Young is Assistant General Counsel at Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, digital transformation, and technology and engineering services. Jessica advises on immigration and compliance for Capgemini in the U.S. and Canada, including government audits, mergers & acquisitions, corporate compliance programs and immigration benefits policies. Jessica has been a speaker for the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Association of Corporate Counsel at the national and local levels. She currently chairs AILA’s In-House Counsel group.
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