Please join us on Thursday, Oct. 19, from 12 –1:30 p.m. at
the offices of Kilpatrick Townsend, Suite 2800, 1100 Peachtree Street, for an
interesting program on Immigration Nuts and Bolts.
Our Speaker is: Jay Solomon, Partner, at the Atlanta office
of Arnall Golden Gregory LLP.
As the Trump administration considers new policies and
procedures on an almost daily basis, a layer of uncertainty has been added to
predicting the movement of foreign personnel into and out of the U.S. This goes
beyond walls, refugees and dreamers into every type of visa, immigrant and
nonimmigrant status. A main attraction of the US as a destination for
international capital has always been the stability and predictability of our economy
and legal system. Will immigration policy and rhetoric undermine the appearance
of certainty and stability? Jay will discuss how new immigration policies and
procedures are already impacting international business, and what we can expect
in the future.
New delays in visa issuance, limitations on the
types of visas available, and difficulties in renewing status for people
Potential liabilities for employers with
increased immigration enforcement
The possibility that the US will become a less
attractive choice for international business
The charge is $25 for
Members of the International Law Section and $35 for others. The fee includes
lunch, parking and one hour of CLE.