Business Immigration Law: Strategies for Employing Foreign Nationals

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Law Journal Press, 2000 - Law - 780 pages
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Finally, employing foreign nationals has been demystified! Business Immigration Law: Strategies for Employing Foreign Nationals guides you step--by--step through this intricate legal maze. An impressive array of specialists provides helpful and pragmatic advice on the nonimmigrant work authorization, including: specialty occupations (H-1Bs); intra-company transfers from abroad (L-1); and treaty traders and investors (E-1 and E-2). Coverage includes: tax issues; discrimination law problems raised by screening foreign nationals during hiring; how to avoid sanctions for I-9 violations; and the interaction between nonimmigrant and immigrant statuses. This book's appendices provide forms, guidelines, regulations and other helpful materials.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
1-4
4 Denials
1-40
b At Land or Border Ports of Entry
1-46
Recruiting Foreign Nationals
2-1
CHAPTER 3
3-1
CHAPTER 4
4-1
3 INS Processing Procedures 647
4-6
CHAPTER 5
5-1
Appendix E EEOC Guidelines and Policies
E-1
E2 National Origin Discrimination
E-7
What Is National Origin Discrimination?
E-10
Harassment
E-20
CitizenshipRelated Issues
E-29
When a Charge Is Filed Against Your Company
E-35
E3 Uniform Guidelines on Employee
7
E4 Enforcement Guidance on Contingent
E-41

1 Essential Concepts
6-1
a Simplification of
8-1
3 Avoiding Problems upon Admission
8-3
CHAPTER 8
9-1
6 The Ability to Develop and Direct
9-6
APPENDICES
B-1
CHAPTER 7
B-7
3 Foreign GovernmentRelated
C-3
4 Change of Status from Within
C-4
Jl Visa Waiver
C-52
a Contents Structure and Purpose
D-1
Employer Sanctions
D-8
Appendix F Foreign Countries with Which the United
E-65
Sites of Agencies
G-15
c Late Filing for Change
TU-1
Immigration law is the creation of Congress Congress has full
1-1
Timing
1-25
1893
xiv
Appendix A Export Administration Regulations EAR
xliii
Aliens Change
xliv
Labor Condition Application
2-19
CHAPTER 6
5-25
1 Petitioning the USCIS
M-1
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About the author (2000)

Rodney A. Malpert is a partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP in Phoenix, Arizona. He is an adjunct professor of Business Immigration Law at Arizona State University Law School, and for many years taught Immigration Law at Southern Methodist University Law School. Mr. Malpert has been on the Board of Directors of the American Council on International Personnel. He has also been an active lobbyist for business immigration reform and is frequently sought by media for commentary. Mr. Malpert is a frequent speaker at conferences throughout the world. He appears in Who's Who Legal: The International Who s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers. He is a 1986 graduate of Cornell University Law School and has an M.A. in Government from Cornell. Mr. Malpert is co-author, with Amanda Thompson and Marketa Lindt, of Business Immigration Law: Strategies for Employing Foreign Nationals and Business Immigration Law: Forms and Filings, published by Law Journal Press.

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