8:30 am - 10:00 am
As of November 22, 2011 USCIS has reached the H-1B cap for 2012 and new H-1B visas will not be available again until next year.
Join us for a discussion and open Q & A forum about creative solutions for employing talent in the US while new H-1B visas aren't available.
Topics include B-1 visas, J-1 visas, L-1 visa classification, Free trade and treaty visa classifications (TN, E-3, H-1B1) and O-1 visa classification. We will also discuss strategic alliances with universities and concurrent cap-subject H-1Bs that can be obtained even when the cap has been reached and filing I-140/485s early as a creative strategy to receive work authorization.
Participants may submit questions in advance to Doug Hauer
If you are unable to attend in person and would like dial-in information, please e-mail Wendy Quinn
Doug Hauer, Mintz Levin
Marisa Howe, Mintz Levin
Bethany Mandell, Mintz Levin
Mintz Levin is an approved CLE provider. This program is accredited in the following states: New York (1.0 credit hour, areas of professional practice) and California (1.0 general credit hour).
Employing Foreign Talent: Visa Strategies When H-1B Visas Are Not Available