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Philly SHRM Webinar
The Trump Administration is making progress in its agenda to encourage employers to “Hire American.” The agencies are restricting access to talent from abroad and punishing employers who hire those without documents. Through executive orders, regulatory agendas, and day-to-day decisions, immigration agencies are make it more difficult to predict which employees can successfully be hired and retained through the immigration process. They are also raising the consequences of non-compliance by employers and asserting joint employment liability for use of contract labor. Join us to learn about what to expect from 2018 in the area of immigration, and how employers can protect themselves and continue to sponsor workers from abroad to meet critical talent needs.
Amy M. Nice
Amy Nice is an immigration policy advisor and consultant based in Washington, DC. A graduate of George Washington University Las School, she practiced employment-based immigration law for more than twenty years before joining the US Chamber of Commerce as its Executive Director for Immigration Policy in 2010. In 2015, she joined the Office of General Counsel at the US Department of Homeland Security, where she was involved in the process of proposing, processing and finalizing a number of regulatory changes affecting employment-based visa programs.
Christin Giampolo is Senior Counsel in Employment Law at Bristol-Meyers Squibb in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. She has worked closely with Human Resources on immigration-related corporate policy development and on immigration-related compliance programs. She has previously worked in employment law departments at Comcast and Pfizer (formerly Wyeth) with responsibility for immigration and employment law matters. A 1999 graduate of Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, she also practiced with Ballard Spahr in Philadelphia.
William Stock is a founding partner of Klasko Immigration Law Partners, where he manages the employment-based immigration law practice. He was the 2016-17 President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the 15,0000 member association of lawyers practicing immigration law. He represents companies ranging in size from Fortune 50 to sole proprietorships and is a frequent speaker and author on immigration topics.