Business Immigration Compliance and Global Mobility Update for HR Professionals

Friday 9:15 – 10:15 AM

Session Description

In this presentation, business immigration attorney Mira Mdivani will update us on corporate immigration compliance, latest government’s requirements, policies and cases, as well a strategy as to how to comply with business immigration law requirements through corporate immigration compliance plan, policies and procedures. We will also receive an update on global workforce mobility issues

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand employer immigration compliance requirement
  2. Learn about tools to asses corporate immigration compliance
  3. Understand how to come up with strategies and policies regarding global workforce mobility

 

Mira Mdivani JD

Voted Best of the Bar and Super-Lawyer by her peers, Mira Mdivani is President of the Corporate Immigration Compliance Institute and a corporate immigration lawyer with the Mdivani Corporate Immigration Law Firm in Overland Park, KS. Mira served as President of her local SHRM Chapter, Chair of the Kansas Bar Immigration Law Section, and Chair of the Missouri Bar Immigration Committee. Mira’s practice focuses on defense of employers in Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s investigations, Form I-9 employment eligibility verification audits, and visas for international personnel. Mira’s books include I-9 Audits, the Best Way to Prevent I-9 Disasters; Corporate Immigration Compliance Plans, Policies and Procedures; and H-1B Visa Demystified, a Practical Guide for Employers. Mira Mdivanii serves as Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law. Mirs’a professional work and leadership have been recognized by numerous awards, including Missouri Bar Association’s President Award, Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City President Award, Business Practitioner of the Year by Missouri Lawyers Media, Best of the Bar by the Kansas City Business Journal, Robert Gernon Award for Excellence in Continuous Legal Education, and pro bono recognition from the Kansas Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.