The Bilateral Relationship Between Mexico and the United States from an Immigration Perspective

30 August 2018
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Welcome Coffee at 8:30 AM

Sponsored by: Enrique Arellano Rincón Abogados

Within the context of the recent general elections held in Mexico and the upcoming administration in December 1, the ongoing NAFTA negotiation and the policies of the Trump administration in the U.S., we will analyze the future of the bilateral relationship in the field of immigration implications.

Learning Objectives:

  • Current landscape, leader’s statements and reality of immigration between both countries
  • How to prepare for change
  • Changes to the legislation that regulates the entry, stay and departure of foreigners working in Mexico

Corporate HR - FREE; Service Providers - USD $150

Hotel Presidente Intercontinental
Campos Eliseos 218
Polanco, 11560
Mexico DF, Mexico

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

The Speakers

Managing Attorney

Ezequiel Hernández

Hernández Global
General Director

Enrique Joaquín Arellano Rincón

Enrique Arellano Rincón Abogados

Marcela Torres

BDO Castillo y Miranda

Rafael Sánchez Navarro

Bufete Sánchez-Navarro S.C.