Lawline Faculty Members Dan Maranci, Esq., and Youngwook (“Christian”) Park, Esq., of Fragomen Worldwide, the world's leading immigration firm, provide a roadmap to developing a custom business immigration policy for a corporate client, and offer guidance on ways to identify client expectations and to define a vision for client service. The seminar addresses common service models with respect to the client’s needs and in-house capability. The speakers also address common factors that influence business immigration policy for an employer.
I. Identify client expectations and define the client vision for service
II. Review common client service models
III. Understand the common driving factors to a business immigration policy
IV. Explore real-world examples of factors that influence business immigration policy
Christian provides strategic counseling to employers on all matters of U.S. immigration and nationality law, regulation, and policy. His practice involves immigration matters pertaining to the recruitment, hiring, transfer, and retention of international workers in the United States.
As an Associate Attorney in Fragomen’s Boston and New York offices, he represented clients in matters before the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Embassies and consular posts abroad. He has also advised clients in a variety of sectors, including healthcare, academic, and information technology.
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Dan actively partners with clients to set up immigration best practices and strategies, and serves as a trusted counselor to clients on day-to-day immigration issues as they arise. He draws on his substantial knowledge of complex immigration legal issues and his previous experience as an immigration advisor and service provider inside a multinational corporation to provide clients with the highest level of responsive, efficient, and accurate service. Dan conducts compliance policy reviews and audits, and manages immigration processes for high-volume clients.
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This was a real education.
It was good.
Good overview of the immigration process and issues.
very informative related to corporate interaction, step by step check list and discuss potential problems and solutions. very good.
should have some samples of business plan
Both presenters very knowledgeable; thank you!
Well organized and good faculty
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