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EMPLOYER IMMIGRATION AND WAGE AND HOUR SELF-AUDITS

When: Friday, December 5th, 2014 at 9:00 AM to 12:00PM

Where: Newark Club, One Newark Center, Newark NJ

Topic:

  • Wage and Hour Self Audits
  • Dealing with the H-1B Self Audits-Asking the right questions
  • H-1B Site Investigations by FDNS-Who to handle and where?
  • Employment Verifications and Employer Sanctions- The I-9 Self Audit
  • How to handle the knock at the Door-DOL or ICE?
  • Employer Verfication from the Government Perspective
  • Wage and Hour investigations from the Government Perspective 

EMPLOYER'S I-9 AUDIT UPDATE

When: October, 21, 2014 at 9:45 AM

Where: Atlantic City Converntion Center, Atlantic City, NJ

Speakers: David H. Nachman, Esq. and Special Agent ICE

Every employer in the U.S. is responsible for preparing and retaining I-9 Forms. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, continues to conduct I-9 Form audits. Employers are required to maintain accurate I-9 Forms under IRCA (passed in 1986). ICE audits have resulted in significant fines against employers that ahve been found to be non-compliant. This presentation will allow HR Managers and Professionals to hear straight from the government official responsible for the audit process and from several private attorneys that handle I-9 Form audits (and litigation) how they can avoid employment verification (I-9) preparation and retention compliance issues. The presentation will include updates OCAHO case updates and methods for deadling with the I-9 audit process and for potentioal methodologies for penalty reduction in the event of a Notice of Intent to Fine issued by ICE.


Immigration Aspects of Marrying a Foreign National - A Webinar

When: Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014

Time: 12 PM to 1:40 PM

Location: Online Only

Topics: 

1. Meeting and interviewing clients

2. Detecting fraud

3. Form I-130 and I-485

4. Preparing the Clients for the Marriage Interview

5. Covering Conditional Residence status

6. Citizenship

7. Important considerations regarding specific nationalities and cultures

8. Religious considerations

9. Consulate processing for marriage cases


U.S. Immigration Law Basics

When: Thursday, June 26, 2014

Time: 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Where:

New Jersey Law Center
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, New Jersey

Learn everything you need to know to handle immigration cases, including:

  • Nonimmigrant & Immigrant Business Visas
  • Immigration and Crimes
  • Family-based Immigration
  • Asylum and Immigration Courts
  • Naturalization & Citizenship
  • IRCA/E-Verify and Social Security Mismatch
  • Deferred Action and Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
  • Traditional Waivers and New Provisional Waivers (I-601 and I-601A)
  • Meaning of Lawful Presence, Lawful Status, Adjustment of Status and Lawful Residence
  • Dealing with the 3/10 Year Bars
  • Parole-in-Place
  • Dealing with Immigration Issues in Municipal Court
  • Understanding Immigration Courts
  • Understanding How the Immigration System is Designed
  • Understanding Ethics Issues in the Immigration Context


Tri-Boro Community Transformation Presents: Community Immigration Clinic

When: Saturday, June 7, 2014

Where: Unity Christian Reformed Church, 339 North 11th St Prospect Park, NJ

Informational Seminar:

  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA): Need to Renew Employment Authorization Document.
  • Work Authorization for Family Members of Military
  • New Naturalization Form Required on May 5
  • Update on Immigration Reform Legislation in Congress
  • Questions and Answers

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