Seminar: Avoiding Noncompliance in Today's Evolving Immigration Environment


U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce

Visas / Residency / Work Permits

June 15, 2017

Chicago, IL, USA

The landscape of immigration policy today is changing rapidly. This event focused on immigration compliance strategies and best practices to ensure that companies are well prepared for the challenges ahead. The current presidential administration has made clear that enhanced immigration enforcement will be a priority in 2017 and beyond. All companies and professionals must understand the risks to prepare for possible government audits and avoid potentially penalties.

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