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    Scott Malyk 2 -Sm, CaptionJoin NJSBA Immigration Law Section Chair Scott Malyk and his distinguished panel of top corporate immigration law practitioners in the region at this important immigration law conference and update on Wednesday. November 15.

    In an increasingly interconnected world, access to the best and brightest talent is vital for employers to address the skills gap, and for the United States to compete globally.

    With the seemingly constant changes and shifts in regulations and their interpretation, immigration lawyers also encounter some of the most perplexing issues of professional responsibility in the process of advancing both nonimmigrant and immigrant petitions on behalf of individuals and their corporate employers.

    This program will discuss ethical considerations and limitations imposed by the rules of professional responsibility when handling complex immigration petitions, using hypotheticals pulled from actual scenarios to address trends and provide guidance.

    Scott’s panel will focus specifically on ethical considerations for employers and their counsel in the H-1B visa context.  In the wake of receiving numerous Labor Condition Application (LCA) Level 1 Wage RFEs in pending H-1B cap cases, Scott will focus the discussion on ethical considerations relating to the employer-based sworn attestations contained in the LCA, including whether counsel can advise an employer to “level up” in an effort to avoid similar RFEs in the future.

    Best Western Robert Treat Hotel
    50 Park Pl Newark, NJ 07102-4308

    Wednesday, November 15, 2017

    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM ET

    Additional information and registration

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