Sessions

Roundtable Discussion, Concurrent Session
Did Immigration Die of COVID-19? Latest on U.S. Visas and Green Cards
Wednesday 11/18/2020 11:00 AM - 12:25 PM Add to calendar
| Competencies: Critical Evaluation, Ethical Practice, Global & Cultural Effectiveness | Intended Audience: ,
Focus Areas:
Workplace Application:
Learn best practices and strategies for how to navigate the latest updated immigration processes to sponsor your workforce for visas and green cards. 

U.S. immigration has been turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic. Discover the latest updates on what coronavirus means for U.S. immigration and your international workforce. We'll cover service center changes, the latest updates on consular processing, and best practices for how U.S. HR managers to handle the changes to recruit and retain top global talent. 

Learning Objectives:  

  • Outline the latest details on consular processing, USCIS service centers and premium processing, and DOL/PERM/LCA process. 

  • Determine the current status of USCIS Field Offices and what can be expected in the future. 

  • Download the impact on Requests for Evidence (RFEs) and adjudication in the present and prepare for the possible future. 

  • Discuss what we’ve learned from the pandemic and plan for the vaccination effects on immigration. 

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Presenter:
Sophie Alcorn, Founding Partner,
Alcorn Immigration Law