Join GMAC for an overview on what to expect next from the U.S. Administration
Please join us for a conversation on recent immigration policy changes and the rapidly changing political landscape. Expert legal counsel will discuss the current legal status of travel and immigration policy rules, Presidential Executive Orders and Department of Homeland Security memos, what can be expected in the coming weeks and months (such as potential changes to H1-B visas and Optional Practical Training (OPT)), and how these changes may impact the education community both in the U.S. and worldwide.
This complimentary one-hour webinar on Wednesday, March 8 at 2 p.m. EST, is for GMAC Member Schools and for schools that accept the Graduate Management Admission Test®. For more information about U.S. Immigration and Policy Changes, visit gmac.com/aboutus.
Montserrat C. Miller is a partner in the Privacy and Consumer Regulatory; Immigration; and Government Affairs practice groups at Arnall Golden Gregory LLP in Washington, D.C. As part of her practice, Ms. Miller counsels and defends companies regarding their hiring practices and compliance with the government’s Form I-9 and E-Verify employment eligibility verification requirements. Her work includes advising clients on I-9 hiring practices and the E-Verify process, defending employers in civil and criminal workplace enforcement matters, and conducting immigration-related internal investigations and I-9 audits. She served as a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s Verification and Worksite Enforcement Liaison Committee. Ms. Miller has extensive experience representing clients before the Federal Trade Commission, Department of Homeland Security, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the U.S. Congress.
Teri A. Simmons is a partner in and leads the International Immigration and Naturalization Practice for the law firm of Arnall Golden Gregory LLP in Atlanta, Georgia. Ms. Simmons focuses her practice on the management of legal services supporting foreign-owned business entities and individuals investing in the United States in the areas of corporate, employment and immigration law. As an immigration lawyer, she manages companies’ global immigration needs through the Employment/ Immigration Law Alliance as well as both U.S. immigrant and non-immigrant visa processing for businesses and families (temporary work visas and green cards), immigration consequences of mergers and acquisitions and immigration reform and control act compliance. Arnall Golden Gregory, with more than 150 attorneys in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., advises on corporate, litigation and restructuring and regulatory matters for numerous industries, including business services, healthcare, life sciences, logistics and transportation, real estate, telecommunications, franchising, financial services, information services, energy, and manufacturing. Since 1949, AGG has been a solutions partner that subscribes to the belief “not if, but how.”
Sherri Sampson joined the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) as General Counsel in 2002, and later that year was appointed as the Corporate Secretary. She oversees the Council’s legal and governance affairs, including the areas of corporate governance and compliance, contracts, tax, intellectual property, data privacy and security, labor and employment, litigation, insurance, test accommodations and test security matters. Prior to joining GMAC Sherri was a corporate and securities associate at Hogan Lovells, an international Washington, DC-based law firm.
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Webinar: U.S. Immigration Policy Video
Webinar: U.S. Immigration Policy Q&A