The H-1B lottery is a highly competitive process, with more applicants than available visas. Unfortunately, not everyone applying for an H-1B visa is selected in the lottery, which can be a significant setback for employees and employers. This webinar is designed to help employers whose employees were not selected in the H-1B lottery understand their options and plan their next steps.
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As an employer, you know that recruiting talented international employees through the H-1B visa program is a great way to bring skilled professionals to your company. However, the H-1B visa process can be complex, and it can be challenging to know what to do when one of your employees is selected in the H-1B lottery.
Join Bridge and ImmiPartner Co-Founder and Partner, Ting Ni for a live webinar on Thursday, March 30th at 1 p.m. CST where we'll provide you with valuable information and insights to help you navigate the next steps of the H-1B visa process successfully.
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Register now to gain the valuable information and guidance you need to support your employees through the H-1B visa process successfully.
With the annual H-1B Lottery and CAP season quickly approaching, the time to start planning is now.
Join ImmiPartner and Bridge for an on-demand webinar covering the upcoming H-1B CAP Lottery.
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The webinar is aimed at helping HR professionals better understand the H-1B CAP Lottery process while also answering any questions employers have to better navigate CAP season.
Join Bridge and an expert panel of ImmiPartner attorneys for an on-demand webinar where we discuss how to handle immigration challenges in an uncertain economy while taking advantage of strategic hiring opportunities.
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- Immigration considerations in a challenging economy
- How to prepare for the future and bolster your immigration program
- Strategic opportunities during times of uncertainty
The webinar features ImmiPartner attorneys Ting Ni, Hendrik Pretorius, and Kruthi Vishwanath, who are experts in the field of immigration law and provide valuable insights and practical tips on how to tackle the current economic challenges. Watch now to gain valuable insights and strategies that will help you navigate through these uncertain times.
Covering the STEM talent shortage, how to get involved in visa sponsorship as a startup, and some common scenarios with employee visa lifecycles this webinar is jam-packed with information. Immipartner attorneys Hendrik Pretorius and Dennis Hul uncover, examine, and explain the talent opportunity for startups looking for STEM talent and how to get started.
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They’ll also share resources like a Visa Options Guide and a Green Card Process Overview Guide for HR & Talent team members that is available upon request.
If you’ve ever considered hiring foreign candidates or if you’re having trouble finding the right candidate in today’s hectic hiring market - this is one webinar you don’t want to miss.
In this discussion, our esteemed panelists will unpack the intersection of inclusivity and international talent.
The panel will explore ways to identify and assess opportunities to foster a more inclusive culture. Dissect organizational best practices and tips, as well as explore a few tools addressing this opportunity.
Attendees will learn how other organizations are combining practice with technology from a variety of functions and verticals to support international employees.
With the current uncertainty of the immigration climate in the United States, our partnering law firms, ImmiPartner and Dhillon Immigration Law, have fielded many questions from human resource professionals and employers who are asking what options they have in pursuing visas outside of the United States.
Join us on Tuesday, August 11th at 10 am PST/1 pm EDT as we discuss your options with immigration attorneys, U.S. Co-founder of ImmiParter, Ting Ni, and Canadian Founder of Dhillon Immigration Law, Pavan Dhillon.
On June 22nd, President Trump announced an expansion of his Executive Order on immigration from April 22nd that extends the suspension of new green cards to immigrants abroad, and will also halt the entry of temporary work visas in the H-1B, H-4, H-2B, L-1, L-2 and J categories through the end of the year.
Bridge, in partnership with Unshackled Ventures, Upwardly Global, and James Richards launched Next Act, an initiative to help immigrant job seekers through COVID-19. Next Act offers affected individuals an arsenal of free resources designed to help the international community land their next position.
On May 28th, 2020 legal counsel and immigration experts discussed options for international employees and hosted a Q&A session to get critical questions answered live.
In this webinar, we discussed options for affected international job seekers on H-1Bs, B-1/B-1s, F-1s, and O-1s. As well as introductions to VCs that predominantly fund immigrant entrepreneurs and resources for international visionaries to start their own venture.
In light of COVID-19, we've heard from many newcomers and employers worried about immigration status. The outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic has led governments across the world to implement a range of temporary immigration-related measures in order to contain the spread. In light of these developments, many individuals who have recently moved or are hoping to move to the U.S. may find themselves grappling with uncertainty.
During this webinar, recorded March 30, 2020, hear from a panel of experts on how the immigration landscape is changing in the face of travel bans and restrictions hosted by Nova Credit.
Listen in as Bridge and ImmiPartner present COVID-19: Preparing Immigration for Digital Transformation, a webinar recorded on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. They discuss recent policy changes including essential travel, consular processing, and premium processing suspension. New working from home procedures and how to stay compliant. As well as navigating reduction in hours, salary, furloughs, and layoffs for most common employment-based visas.