Hiring International Employees: What Maine Employers Need to Know
October 9 @ 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Fill open positions and diversify your workforce by employing workers from around the globe.
What is the difference between a work visa, student visa, and green card?
What are your responsibilities as an employer of foreign workers or international students?
In a time when a globally competent workforce is needed to be competitive, navigating the US immigration system requires strategic planning by employers. This interactive presentation will focus on recent developments for employing foreign national workers in the US. Options for hiring international students and recent foreign national graduates of US academic institutions will also be discussed.
Topics covered include:
- Process for preparing petitions and applications
- Recent developments impacting government adjudications
- Interaction with the various Federal agencies
- Timing issues
- Options for investor and non-investor individuals
- Immigration compliance issues
Sal Savatteri Jr., founder and principal of the Savatteri Law Firm, P.C., concentrates his practice exclusively on US immigration, citizenship, consular law, and global migration. His global clients include individuals, as well as multinational and domestic corporations.
MITC Members: $15 per person
Non-Members: $25 per person