HR Competencies

  • HR Expertise

Objective

The workforce is increasingly diverse as American education and work opportunities attract highly-qualified foreign workers seeking U.S. employment. These briefing sessions provide participants with a basic understanding of the complex set of employment-based immigration benefits that can provide temporary or permanent work authorization. H-1B is the go-to place to start, and Employers Council staff attorneys will drill down on the H-1B with a session timed to get employers ready for the annual filing deadline on April 1. The second session deals with converting those temporary workers to long-term workers with lawful permanent residency processing.

H-1B Sponsorship

What is H-1B s? What jobs and candidates may qualify? What do you have to do to get a petition filed? How does the lottery work? Everything you need to know about H-1B processing and more than you thought was possible.

Permanent Residency for Non-Immigrants—the Green Card Process

Examine the permanent residency benefit processes: labor certification, immigrant visa petition, and adjustment of status. Explains processing steps and timing for each filing, how the immigrant visa system works, and strategies to position the employee for success.

Designed For

Human resources professionals, managers, supervisors, in-house counsel, and those interested in business immigration law

Credits

0.15 Continuing Education Units
1.50 HRCI-General
1.50 SHRM-PDC
Course ID #LEGL152



Class Details

Location:Employers Council, 1799 N Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO 80203-1310
Date:01/24/2019
Time:9:00 am to 10:30 am
List Price:$79.00
Location:Employers Council, 1799 N Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO 80203-1310
Date:10/24/2019
Time:9:00 am to 10:30 am
List Price:$79.00

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