Trump’s Travel Ban: Impact on Hiring, Employment, and HR

recording Trump’s Travel Ban: Impact on Hiring, Employment, and HR

You Will Learn:

  • The scope of the New Executive Order, including which foreign nationals are—and are not—impacted
  • Updates on litigation halting enforcement of the New Executive Order
  • The impact of imminent suspension of Premium Processing for H-1Bs and which employees will be impacted
Access the pre-recorded audio conference
$269.00
 

How does Trump’s immigration order affect your organization?

On March 6th President Trump issued a revised executive order restricting travel into the U.S. for citizens of six countries—Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen—for 90 days.

The revised travel ban was blocked from being implemented by federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland.  Yet, the chances of the travel ban going before the Supreme Court increased on March 24th when a U.S. federal judge in Virginia ruled that the executive order was justified.

What do employers of foreign nationals from these countries need to do now? How will these changes affect your organization’s business travel?

Led by leading immigration attorneys, Jane Goldblum and Kristen Dennis of Goldblum and Pollins, this practical and timely webinar will help you navigate this complex and challenging issue.

Learning Objectives

During this 75-minute webinar, you will learn the main legislative and regulatory changes on the nation’s immigration horizon and crucial considerations that you need to bear in mind as you prepare and manage your workforce.

  • Assessing the Impact of the March 6, 2017 Revised Executive Order on Immigration (“Travel Ban”)
    • Scope of the New Executive Order, including which foreign nationals are—and are not—impacted
    • Updates on litigation halting enforcement of the New Executive Order
    • How to identify employees who are citizens or nationals of the 6 countries who are subject to the travel restrictions
    • Possible ways business travel may be impacted post-Executive Order – if you’ve traveled to one of these countries, should you be concerned?
    • What HR professionals can do to keep morale high, to let their impacted foreign employees feel ‘supported’
  • Recent USCIS Developments Affecting H-1B Visas
    • Impact of imminent suspension of Premium Processing for H-1Bs and which employees will be impacted
    • Advantageous regulations issued January 17, 2017 impacting those already in H-1B status
  • Legislative and Agency Actions on the Horizon that would impact new and existing H-1B hire
    • Prepare for increased work-site compliance and enforcement actions
    • Current and beneficial new rules governing skilled workers and students on post-completion training—and discuss impact if/when DHS Agencies review existing regulations, with the potential to roll-back such beneficial rules
    • Current allocation of H-1Bs and discuss proposed legislation in both the House and Senate that could substantially change the way H-1Bs are allocated and who qualifies

Product ID: 10863

Discover How to Navigate this Complex & Challenging Issue!

Order my recording now

Faculty

Jane Goldblum
Jane Goldblum
Founder and Partner, Goldblum and Pollins

Jane W. Goldblum is a founder and partner of the Firm. With more than 30 years of experience in immigration law, Jane represents some of our nation's finest universities, medical centers, research institutions, corporations and private employers.

Kristen Dennis
Kristen Dennis
Kristen Dennis, Lead Attorney, Goldblum and Pollins

Kristen Repyneck Dennis is Lead Attorney of Goldblum & Pollins' University Team. Kristen assists a variety of institutions of higher education in the hiring and retention of foreign national faculty and staff, managing nonimmigrant and immigrant processes for more than 15 colleges and universities and more than 300 foreign national employees.

Continuing Education Units

  • hrci

    HRCI – Receive 1.25 recertification credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org.

    “The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.”

  • shrm

    C4CM is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. This program is valid for 1.25 PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.

Discover How to Navigate this Complex & Challenging Issue!

Order my recording now

Scroll To Top