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Plan, Budget and Be Prepared: Tips for Global Mobility and HR Professionals in Unpredictable Immigration and Tax Environments

28 FEB 2019

Online registration is now closed. If you wish to attend the Master Series but have not yet registered, you may do so at the onsite registration desk between 8:30 – 9:00am.

Thursday, February 28, 2019
*Rescheduled from January 31

Sponsored by: Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP

In 2018, significant tax and immigration changes became law. And 2019 looks to be more of a shake-up for global mobility and HR.  Join professionals from Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP and Deloitte Tax for a discussion on changes to regulations and laws that multinational companies must confront in their HR and global mobility programs.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how your mobility program may be impacted by key provisions of US tax reform legislation, the proposed changes for 2019, and Global Tax Changes of note.
  2. Significant changes in H-1B reform including RFE’s, new LCA form, and continued increase in H-1B denials – Setting expectations for a successful program.  

More scrutiny in the L Blanket context, TN’s new H-1B policy proposals and their impact on the current 2019 lottery and eligibility – Understand the latest changes and how to plan.


Corporate HR - FREE; Service Providers - USD $150


Hyatt Regency Chicago
Randolph 1AB, East Tower Concourse Level
151 E Upper Wacker Dr
Chicago, IL 60601


This Master Series is worth 3 GMS and 3 CRP credits.



The Speakers

Lynn O’Brien
Senior Associate Attorney

Lynn O’Brien

Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP
Kelli Duehning
Senior Counsel

Kelli Duehning

Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP
Edward Hannibal
Tax Principal, Global Employer Services

Edward Hannibal

Deloitte Tax LLP
Doyoung Yong

Doyoung Yong

Deloitte Tax LLP