Nov 21 - HR Round Table: Planning for Next Year's H-1B FY2021 Best Practices (Mountain View)


NOVEMBER 21, 2019
8:30-10:30 a.m.
Alcorn Immigration Law, 883 North Shoreline Boulevard, Suite D-100, Mountain View, CA 94043

Learn the pros and cons of restrictive and generous policies: what are the best practices to increase employee retention? How do you stay competitive with other companies in your industry, while reducing the time spent managing and justifying exceptions? Should we sponsor F-1 students for green cards? How will 2020 changes in the H-1B lottery decrease our investment and risk? Will delays in sponsorship encourage employee retention?

Immigration attorney Sophie Alcorn will address these concerns and more so you can more accurately gauge the investment value of your team’s immigration process.


OBJECTIVES
- Best Practices for corporate immigration policies
- Changes to the H-1B system
- Minimizing Requests for Evidence


PDCs: 1.5
Member: $15
Non-member: $30
Breakfast provided.



SPEAKER BIO

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Sophie Alcorn, Founding Attorney and Certified Specialist

Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law, the fastest-growing immigration law firm in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.”

Alcorn Immigration Law has maintained a consistently high rate of success for the 50+ tech companies and thousands of individuals they have represented—even during the current administration.

Sophie is recognized as a Certified Specialist Attorney in Immigration and Nationality Law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. She is recognized by TechCrunch as a Verified Expert Lawyer and is a TechCrunch contributor. She can frequently be found speaking in her informative and engaging style to groups of all kinds in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Alcorn specializes in visas and green cards for rapidly scaling companies, regularly helping Sequoia, a16z and Softbank-backed startups.

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Contact

Wendy Fong
(650) 378-1328
wendy.fong@shrm.org