International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)

Sessions

Advanced PERM Hot Topics: Trends, New Regulations, and U.S. Department of Labor Policies

Tuesday, May 30
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
LACC, Room 150

Gain insights into advanced issues on how the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) processes permanent employment certification (PERM) applications. Presenters share practical guidance on how to adapt institutional policies based on current processing trends, newly proposed regulations, and recent government policy documents.

Learning Objectives:

Jonathan L. Moore

Director, Immigration Practice Group
McCandlish Holton, PC

Jonathan Moore is a Director in the Immigration Practice Group at McCandlish Holton, PC in Richmond, Virginia. His practice includes advising institutions of higher education on U.S. immigration issues involving students, faculty, and researchers. He has extensive experience preparing cases in support of temporary visa petitions for university faculty (such as H-1B, O-1, and others), as well as employment-based permanent resident green cards. He also has expertise in preparing EB-1A Extraordinary Ability, EB-1B Outstanding Professor/Researcher, and EB-2 National Interest Waiver green card filings, as well as guiding clients through all aspects of the permanent labor certification (PERM) process.

Presentation(s):

Send Email for Jonathan Moore

Dena Neese

Associate Director
Virginia Tech

Dena Neese is Associate Director of International Support Services at Virginia Tech. Dena has handled the employment-based immigration work for two Tier-1 research institutions and has also worked in the private sector as an immigration attorney at employment-based immigration law firms. She possesses 15 years of experience in the field of employment-based immigration law. She handles both nonimmigrant and permanent residency cases and has advised institutions of higher education on their employment-immigration hiring practices.

Presentation(s):

Send Email for Dena Neese


Assets

Advanced PERM Hot Topics: Trends, New Regulations, and U.S. Department of Labor Policies

Slides

Attendees who have favorited this

Send Email for Advanced PERM Hot Topics: Trends, New Regulations, and U.S. Department of Labor Policies