|Faculty:||Michelle Gee, Ellen Krengel, Kalpana Peddibhotla, Melissa Sargeant, Amita Vasudeva|
|Production Date:||May 31, 2012|
|Practice Areas:||Employment and Visas, Immigration Law|
Join Attorneys Ellen Krengel, Michelle Gee, Kalpana Peddibhotla, Melissa Sargeant, and Amita Vasudeva as they each give their professional perspective on the H-1B Visa. All of the attorneys speaking in this course have experience with immigration visas, in particular, visa substitutes for the H-1B. Specifically, they tackle the various alternative options available when the H-1B Visa quota has been met or when the H-1B Visa is not the best option. The course covers B-1 visa options, F-1 visas, trainee and internship visa options, J-1 visa options, O-1 visas, and much more. There is also some interesting information about obtaining extensions for your client's visa and certain caps that may be placed on your visa. In addition, there is a focus on H-2B seasonal workers too. Finally, the presenters conclude with a brief introduction and explanation of the TN visa and the possibility of filing a H-2B visa.
I. B-1 Visa Options
III. H-2B Seasonal Workers
IV. J-1 Trainees & Interns
VIII. TN NAFTA options
ANTONIO (Warwick, NY)
Good course to expand your technical knowledge to provide immigration clients with alternatives.
Diane (New York, NY)
I'm a regular viewer of Lawline programs and this one really held my attention. Super job by a wonderful group of on-the-ground practitioners.
Price: $99.00Purchase Course (For CE Credit)
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