Global Mobility Webinar - Transfers Inbound to the US & Outbound to Europe

Published on 13th Nov 2015

In today’s global economy, companies need to move international executives as well as key employees efficiently to visit their offices in other countries. They must also be prepared that these visits may turn into short and longer term work assignments.

In this webinar, Osborne Clarke & Weaver Schlenger Mazel (WSM), a leader in business immigration law and compliance co-present a panel of four seasoned immigration attorneys who will provide a dashboard to help navigate the nuanced differences between what qualifies as permissible short term business visits and what triggers work permit requirements in the U.S. and in Europe.

We will cover the following points:

• An overview of key visa options in the U.S. and major European countries
• Business visitor requirements and tips for border entry
• The Schengen visa
• Common telecommuting scenarios

This webinar is geared towards in-house lawyers and professionals in HR, recruiting and staffing who would like to expand their knowledge on the topic of immigration.

When and how?

Wednesday December 2, 2015

Webinar – 9am – 10am PST

Instructions for logging on will be provided to you a few days prior to the webinar.

To register, please sign up using this Eventbrite link

Panelists Bios

Laura J. Mazel, moderator, is a partner at WSM, having practiced in the business immigration area for almost 25 years. She counsels start-up and multinational high-tech, biotech corporations and non-profit medical research and academic institutions throughout the U.S. with strategic solutions on all non-immigrant and immigrant visa matters. Laura advises on immigration consequences and benefits related to growth, mergers, acquisitions and other corporate restructuring, including compliance with DOL requirements under the H-1B and labor certification programs.

Gavin Jones, panelist, leads Osborne Clarke’s immigration practice and has over 20 years’ experience advising on both business and personal immigration issues. His legal expertise comprises all areas of UK business immigration acting for multi-nationals through to start-up companies and he has advised on the full extent of entry clearance applications, as well as personal applications for UK residency and nationality, settlements and citizenship. Gavin has a particular specialism for inward investment and helping international companies set up in the UK and has helped a number of household names with their immigration strategic planning as they set up and grow.

Andreas Grillo, panelist, is a German qualified lawyer currently based in Osborne Clarke’s offices in California. He advises fast-growing technology companies during and following their expansion into Europe. He focuses on all individual and collective employment law aspects and employee-immigration questions. Andreas regularly publishes and lectures on new legal developments and common issues and problems in German employment and immigration law.

Tiffany Hill, panelist, is a senior associate at WSM. She brings almost a decade of experience partnering with fast-growing mid-size to large corporate clients to establish competitive immigration programs and to help them scale (both in the U.S. and globally). Her practice covers both U.S. non-immigrant (H-1B, L-1, TN, E-3, H-1B1) and immigrant (PERM, I-140 EB-1/EB- 2/EB-3, AOS) petitions. Tiffany has also helped her clients develop and implement global business traveler compliance tools. What’s more, she brings to the table an uncanny ability to quickly understand her clients’ culture and craft workable solutions to meet evolving business needs.

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