Come join us as MU Law explores the latest legal topics on the H-1B Cap 2017 & the Trump Administration by hosting a free educational webinar
Clients & Friends
June 29, 2017 @ 3PM / 12PM PT
The Webinar will take place on Livestorm.co
Please click the link below to register
Please register for the conference at Livestorm.co
You will be provided a link for the event once registered!
This year, the H-1B cap was reached in the first week with approximately 199,000 petition filings. Our webinar will feature in a range of topics including:
Alternatives for employees not chosen in this year’s CAP; Preparing your employee for the consulate interview; H-1B Dependency Rule & Issues with staffing companies; H1-B Amendments; Site Visits, and more.
The webinar will also have a special update on the new Trump Administration. MU Law’s Chris Musillo, who has recently traveled to Washington DC, will provide an update on what potential changes will be coming to employment-based immigration considering the new administration and recently issues memos.
The webinar will last for approximately 90 minutes, including a live Q&A session at the end.
We hope to see you there!
For more information on the agenda of the webinar, please see below. Thank you.
- H-1B Cap
- Alternatives for employees not chosen in this year's CAP
- Preparing your employee for the consulate interview
- On-boarding an employee
- H-1B Dependency Rule (LCA & 50/50 rule)
- H-1B issues for Staffing Companies and Third-Party Placements
- What is Third-Party Placement v. In-House work?
- March 31, 2017 Computer Programmer Memo
- Rescinds the December 22, 2000 Terry Way memo issues to the Nebraska Service Center
- Implications for future H-1B filings
- H-1B Amendments
- Short Term Placement Rule (30-day rule)
- Amendment pending but employee is now moving to new work site. What is the Employer's strategy?
- Employee is still abroad but work site changes
- Pending H-1B CAP case but the assignment no longer exists
- Site visits
- How can the Employer prepare for a site visit?
- How can you prepare your employee for a site visit?
- Traveling and Consular Process
- Potential regulatory changes
- Potential legislative changes