September 03, 2020

Hot Topics in U.S. Immigration & Global Mobility: Pandemic Perambulation (or Moving with the Times)

Webinar

Overview

The Faegre Drinker immigration and global mobility team will discuss hot topics in U.S. and global immigration from the start of the COVID-19 crisis until now. From White House proclamations to policy updates from around the world, U.S. immigration and global mobility is constantly changing. Topics that will be covered in this presentation are H-1B updates, including the selection of new H-1B cap cases in mid-August; continued changes with the public charge rule with court challenges and decisions; PERM labor certification updates; USCIS processing delays, and more. The team will cover the multiple travel bans implemented with the pandemic, including newly released guidelines for the national interest exceptions, consulate closures and the impact on worldwide travel. This discussion will also include a review of new post-Brexit U.K. immigration rules effective January 2021 and other short-term global options for remote workers.

QUESTIONS? Please contact Kelley E. Mann or call +1 317 237 1161.

On Demand

Services and Industries

Time

8:30 – 9:30 a.m. PT
9:30 – 10:30 a.m. MT
10:30 – 11:30 a.m. CT
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET
4:30 – 5:30 p.m. BST

Continuing Education

This program has been approved by and in accordance with the Commissions, Boards, and Committees for Continuing Legal Education in the following states for the listed amount of credits:
  • California – 1.0 participatory hours of credit, which 0 may be claimed for required MCLE in legal ethics, elimination of bias, or competence issues.
  • Colorado – 1.0 Live hours of credit, of which 0 may be claimed for ethics.
  • Connecticut – 1.0 reciprocal hours of credit, of which 0 may be claimed for ethics.
  • Illinois – 1.0 hours of general CLE including 0 hours of professional responsibility.
  • Indiana – 1.0 of distance hours of substantive continuing education credit, including 0 hours of ethics or nls continuing education credit.
  • New Jersey –1.2 distance hours of CLE Credit. Of these, 0 qualify as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism.
  • New York – 1.0 non-traditional hours of CLE credit, of which 1.0 credit hours can be applied towards professional practice OR ethics and professionalism for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
  • Pennsylvania – 1.0 distance hours of substantive law, practice, and procedure CLE credit and 0 hours of ethics, professionalism or substance abuse CLE credit.
  • Texas – 1.0 hours of credit, of which 0 credit hours will apply to legal ethics/professional responsibility.

An application for approval of this course has been submitted and is pending in the following states: Delaware, Iowa, Minnesota, Florida and Virginia.

An application for HRCI credit has been submitted for 1.0 of hours of HR recertification credits. SHRM offers 1:1 reciprocity for any CLE accredited course.

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