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October 10, 2019 | 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Central Daylight Time

Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation

2120 West End Avenue

Nashville, TN 37203

Pricing
Members: FREE
Non-members: FREE

Overview (Program Summary)

Join ACC TN and first time sponsor for ACC TN, Fisher Philips as we explore

"Immigration Compliance in the Extreme Vetting Era"

Registration, Lunch & Networking 11:30 am - Noon

One Hour CLE Noon - 1:00 pm

Prior to President Trump taking office, in-house counsel typically delegated immigration compliance to HR professionals and staff. But now that the new standard for immigration adjudications is “extreme vetting”—with a 400 percent increase in worksite enforcement investigations in the past few years—the law demands a closer oversight of immigration matters. Meanwhile, employers now face innumerable barricades to hiring qualified foreign national employees to meet labor needs, including visa denials, the ending of deference to prior immigration applications, additional federal enforcement efforts, and an increase in private litigation. Employers must also confront the antidiscrimination provision of the INA during recruiting, hiring, and terminations.

Speaker: David S. Jones


Speakers

Join ACC TN and first time sponsor for ACC TN, Fisher Philips as we explore

"Immigration Compliance in the Extreme Vetting Era"

Registration, Lunch & Networking 11:30 am - Noon

One Hour CLE Noon - 1:00 pm

Prior to President Trump taking office, in-house counsel typically delegated immigration compliance to HR professionals and staff. But now that the new standard for immigration adjudications is “extreme vetting”—with a 400 percent increase in worksite enforcement investigations in the past few years—the law demands a closer oversight of immigration matters. Meanwhile, employers now face innumerable barricades to hiring qualified foreign national employees to meet labor needs, including visa denials, the ending of deference to prior immigration applications, additional federal enforcement efforts, and an increase in private litigation. Employers must also confront the antidiscrimination provision of the INA during recruiting, hiring, and terminations.

Speaker: David S. Jones

CLE

Credits: One Hour
State: Tennessee
Category: General

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Melanie Gober Grand, Executive Director

Sponsored By

Fisher Phillips

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