Managing the Structure of Immigration within Global Mobility 

 15 February 2024 – 1:00 PM EDT (US)


It’s essential to have a well-defined communication, marketing, and education plan in place to ensure that your immigration program is aligned with company strategy and needs. Even if your immigration program is well established, it’s a good idea to review and revisit what structure works best for your company, talent strategy and your employees. Join us for a conversation with your corporate peers and share how your immigration program is structured, what is working and where are you finding opportunities for enhancements.  


Here are some the questions that we will be discussing to help you take best practices back to your program.

  • What is the structure of your program? Is immigration managed internally, and if so, where does it reside within the organization and how is it staffed? 
  • Do you engage outside counsel to support all or part of your immigration functions? If so, how do they fit into your internal structure and processes? How do you manage and collate the flows of data necessary between counsel and your organization?
  • How do you make sure that you and your team are up to speed on what they need to know on various immigration topics? 
  • How do you partner with HR business partners, talent acquisition teams, legal, and other partners to effectively facilitate the process, compliance, data exchange, and education. 
  • How do you plan for and handle immigration-related costs within your organization, particularly during a period with the U.S. and several other governments worldwide are adjusting immigration-related fees?


If you need any additional information, please contact Deisy Garcia, Worldwide ERC® Corporate Mobility Liaison, (, or Schedule a meeting with me.

This session is eligible for continuing education credit for CRP and GMS certifications.