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All companies need to be prepared for increased enforcement of immigration laws – even those that don't often send people overseas or that have small foreign national populations. But with the daily burdens faced by HR managers, immigration compliance may not always be a top concern. As scrutiny of foreign business visitors and international workers increases, don't wait until problems arise. Be prepared for the challenges your employees may face in working and/or living overseas. This session will help you:
- Independently identify travel situations that could present problems for traveling employees or overseas assignees.
- Create a plan for how and when to seek legal advice and/or assistance for traveling employees.
- Communicate potential consequences of immigration noncompliance to senior business leaders and employees, to help them understand the importance of immigration and prevent problems.