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Slides from a speech I gave to the East Memphis Rotary Club yesterday.

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Comprehensive Immigration Reform Overview Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The Immigration Debate: Preparing Your Organization for Change Presented by: Greg Siskind, Partner, Siskind Susser Bland, P.C. – Immigration Lawyers December 6, 2006 [email_address]
  • 2. Three Approaches
    • Enforcement only/first
    • Do nothing
    • Comprehensive Immigration Reform
  • 3. What’s in the Senate bill
    • Border enforcement
    • Worksite enforcement
    • Guest workers
    • Professionals/high level workers
    • Backlog reduction
    • Legalization
    • Naturalization
  • 4. Border Enforcement
    • Massive increase in Border Patrol
    • Technology
    • Fence
    • Troops
  • 5. Employer Sanctions and Employment Verification
    • New electronic verification system
    • Increased penalties
    • New document fraud provisions
  • 6. Guest Workers
    • H-2C visa
    • Requirements
    • How to apply
  • 7. Legalization program
    • The general approach
    • Requirements for the three groups
    • How to apply
    • Converting to green card status
    • AgJobs
    • DREAM Act
  • 8. H-1B, L-1 and other Work Visa Program Changes
    • New cap number for H-1Bs
    • New L-1 restrictions for startups
    • Athletes
    • Doctors
  • 9. Backlog reductions
    • Family categories
    • Per country limits
    • Employment based green cards
    • Nurses
  • 10. Foreign Students – New Opportunities for US Employers
    • The new F-4
    • Who is eligible?
    • The transition into the US work force
  • 11. How To Reach Me (Greg Siskind)
    • Phone – 901-682-6455
    • Email – [email_address]
    • Web – www.visalaw.com
    • Fax – 901-339-9604