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Navigating the Complexities of U.S. Immigration

May 15, 2018
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central
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May 15, 2018
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central

Institutions of Higher Education are routinely affected by evolving U.S. immigration policies and practices. The rapidly changing immigration landscape has made recruiting and retaining foreign national students, faculty, and staff less predictable. Now, more than ever before, foreign students and workers may face delays in visa processing, inconsistencies in visa issuance, and inhibitive immigration practices.

This session focuses on addressing how universities and colleges can continue to promote a diverse student body and workforce in light of the current immigration environment. We also discuss immigration trends under the current Administration and provide strategic advice and best practices for managing your global immigration program.

Our Higher Education Webinars:
This program continues Baker Donelson's year-long series of free webinars focused on legal issues facing universities and colleges. Future 2018 webinars will address today’s emerging labor and employment issues for higher ed, a college athletics legal update, and the latest trends in Title IX sexual misconduct cases, among other matters. Please contact us for information about our previous 2018 webinars as well as our 2017 Higher Education webinar series, which featured programs regarding campus construction, managing university patents, best practices for Title IX and other internal investigations, and athletics strategic planning, among other topics.

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Ashley Siskey
T: 615.726.7301
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