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Immigration Law Breakfast: H-1B Visas and Protecting the H-1B Employer
Bracewell & Giuliani LLP cordially invites you to join us on February 27, 2008 for an Immigration Breakfast on H-1B Visas and Protecting the H-1B Employer.
Topics to include:
- When to file a new petition for an H-1B employee.
- Specialty occupation and prevailing wage issues.
- The dangers of putting H-1B employees in nonproductive status.
- Are you an H-1B dependent employer?
- Compliance with the LCA requirements and maintaining the Public Access File.
- Employer obligations in terminating an H-1B employee, avoiding back wages and penalties.
- Who pays the fees to the DHS?
- Avoiding the visa cap trap.
Questions- Please contact Denise Juarez at firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-299-3419
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