An exclusive Immigration Webinar


COVID-19 Impact on Immigration

Legal Update

Hosted by
Ann Massey Badmus

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April
8
Wednesday
April 8th
11:15 am CDT

Here is What You'll Learn

Immigrant eligibility for unemployment, healthcare, and other benefits

Find out the government benefits available to non-citizen workers and resources to apply.

Government office closures impact on visa applications

Find out the status of government office closures and the impact on application processing times and interview appointments

Managing a mobile workforce under COVID-19 restrictions

Find out employer obligations and compliance requirements for H-1B and other work visa employees working from home

Economic support to relieve financial hardship from COVID-19

Find out the availability of CARES Act benefits for non-citizens and immigrant-owned businesses

Maintaining legal immigration status

Find out requirements for maintaining legal status for temporary visa holders, including H-1B, F-1 students, visitors, and others.

Q & A session

Opportunity for each attendee to ask one general question. For specific advice for your situation, you are invited to conveniently schedule a telephone or video consultation here

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About Ann Badmus

Ann is founder and managing attorney of Badmus & Associates. As an immigration attorney and strategist, with over 25 years of experience, she helps businesses cut through immigration red tape and execute leading-edge hiring strategies to win the global competition for top talent. Her practice has a deep understanding in the healthcare and information technology industries, representing companies and their employees with complex immigration matters. She also helps highly qualified immigrants get legal residence in the United States to achieve their professional, business, and personal goals, and families unite together and settle in the United States.


Ann frequently speaks about immigration issues before chambers of commerce, bar associations, and other interested organizations, and has been featured as an immigration commentator on numerous national and local television and radio news programs. She has published numerous articles about immigration and has authored a book for foreign national physicians, Immigration Prescription – The Practical Guide to Immigration for Foreign Born Physicians. To reach out to Ann, visit annbadmus.com or call 214-494-8033.



April
8
Wednesday
April 8th
11:15 am CDT