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Free Webinar – 2020 Employment-Based Visa Trends All Employers Should Know About

2019 was a year loaded with quiet changes to employment-based immigration that had a major impact on an employer’s ability to hire foreign workers to fill open positions, even during a period of incredibly low unemployment. Reddy Neumann Brown PC is hosting a free teleconference to review the changes implemented in 2019 and provide you with insight into upcoming policy changes in the pipeline for 2020.

Date:                                     January 22, 2020

Time:                                     11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST

Who:                                     Managing Partner, Emily Neumann

                                               Senior Practice Manager, Rebecca Chen

Who Should Attend:       Human Resources Professionals, Executives, Business Owners, Mobility Specialists, Immigration Program Managers

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Attendees will learn about expected Visa Bulletin movement, more social media questions, proposed changes to the 15-day Premium Processing click, new filing fees, anticipated regulatory changes impacting H-1B and L-1 visas, the FY21 H-1B Electronic Registration, ongoing litigation impacting H-4 EAD and F-1 Optional Practical Training, and more.

Reddy Neumann Brown PC is an established immigration practice that partners with Legal and HR Teams in order to provide top-notch service and prompt consultation with respect to developing long term U.S. immigration strategy.

We manage all immigration support needs including administration of work related visas and Permanent Resident petitions for current employees, new hires, and their families. Services include: drafting and filing labor certification applications and immigrant petitions, H- 1B, L-1, O-1, Employment Authorization Document (EAD), Advanced Parole (AP), Curricular Practical Training (“CPT”), Optional Practical Training (“OPT”), TN Visas, B-1 invitation letters, coordinating labor certification job postings, adjustment of status, and drafting and filing all employee’s spouse and dependent children documents and related petitions, coordinating Consular or Embassy visa applications, counseling HR on prevailing wage issues and compliance strategies, E-Verify, designing robust immigration policies, and apprising clients of any potential changes to the legal, statutory, administrative or political landscape related to the immigration process in a timely manner.