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Seminar Number

8824

Registration
Fee:

$140

BUSINESS IMMIGRATION LAW

RECORDED SEPTEMBER 4, 2014

Archived Webcast

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 1 Ethics Hour and 3 Trial Practice Hours

Co-Sponsor:
Immigration Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Dara L. Berger, Program Chair, Law Office of Dara L. Berger, LLC, Atlanta

Welcome AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Dara L. Berger
NON-IMMIGRANT BUSINESS VISAS OVERVIEW, THE MOST COMMON CATEGORIES: H-1B AND TN VISAS
Layli Eskandari Deal, Levine & Eskandari, LLC, Atlanta
NON-IMMIGRANT VISA ALTERNATIVES FOR EMPLOYMENT—BASED IMMIGRATION: E, L, O AND P VISAS
Robert E. Banta, Banta Immigration Law Ltd, Atlanta
PERM LABOR CERTIFICATION: THE JOB DESCRIPTION, MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS AND RECRUITMENT STRATEGIES; AND PERM TO I-140 ADJUDICATION: DEGREE EQUIVALENCY AND OTHER ISSUES
Karen Weinstock, Weinstock Immigration Lawyers, Atlanta
AVOIDING LABOR CERTIFICATION WITH EB-1 AND EB-2 IMMIGRANT CATEGORIES
Elizabeth K. McKee, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP, Atlanta
ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS RELATING TO DUAL REPRESENTATION OF AN EMPLOYER AND AN EMPLOYEE
Kenneth S. Levine, Levine & Eskandari, LLC, Atlanta
RECENT UPDATES REGARDING COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM
Charles H. Kuck, Kuck Immigration Partners LLC, Atlanta