Global mobility

and immigration symposium
November 3 - 6, 2019 | Washington, DC

 

 

Why Attend?

 

SHRM’s Global Mobility and Immigration Symposium, formerly the Council for Global Immigration’s (CFGI) Symposium brings together government officials, immigration and global mobility professionals, and legal experts for insightful discussion around the most pressing global mobility and workplace immigration issues. Connect, strategize and benchmark with industry peers and foremost experts on actionable solutions for today and the future.

Whether you are a new global mobility or immigration professional, or have many years of experience, this symposium has powerful learning opportunities and engaging sessions just for you. Join us in Washington, DC and walk away with the vital tools and knowledge you need to predict and manage the global workforce, enhance your organization’s immigration and global mobility strategy, and stay competitive and compliant.

 

Sessions By Track

 

No matter your current challenge or concentration—the symposium offers a variety of nearly 30 sessions across 4 tracks encompassing topics ranging from compliance and mobility to strategy and visas.

 

 

COMPLIANCE

 

 

 

STRATEGY

 

 

MOBILITY

 

 

VISAS

 

 

 

Educational Opportunities

 

Begin Your SHRM U.S. Employment Immigration Speciality Credential today

Earning SHRM’s U.S. Employment Immigration Specialty Credential will increase your effectiveness in managing employment visas, regulations, employment verification processes and audit risks to keep your organization competitive and compliant. Distinguish yourself by demonstrating you can be successful in this highly sought after field of practice.

 

SHRM Certification & Recertification

 

SHRM Conferences are a great way to work toward the 60 professional development credits (PDCs) you need every three years to maintain your SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. Plus, your credits auto-populate in your certification portal, so you can be more focused on learning and less on paperwork.