Migration and People Movement MP3

    Migration and People Movement MP3

    Migration and People Movement MP3

    As companies and individuals become increasingly mobile in their conduct of business across borders, the practical imperative of being able to deploy people to different markets whether on a short- or long-term basis becomes more urgent. This teleconference will examine and compare the experiences of moving people between India ...
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    As companies and individuals become increasingly mobile in their conduct of business across borders, the practical imperative of being able to deploy "people" to different markets whether on a short- or long-term basis becomes more urgent. This teleconference will examine and compare the experiences of moving "people" between India and the United States and between China and the United States, through the insights of two savvy lawyers whose practices are devoted to these markets

    Issues to be discussed include:

    • May I enter India on a business visa for 14 days to conduct a workshop or train local staff?
    • What are the permitted activities for a business visa? " Do we need a local sponsor to second staff to India?
    • What are the tax and social security liabilities that we need to be aware of? " Is there a restriction on the number of foreign nationals a company can employ in India?
    • Can we send highly trained administrative staff to work in India?
    • Do I need an invitation letter to apply for a short term business visa?
    • What are the permitted activities in China with a business visa?
    • How can I obtain a China visa which is valid for 2 years?
    • Can I extend my visa in China? If so, how long?
    • How does a person obtain a work visa?
    • What is the process of getting a work visa in China?
    • Do I need to do the physical exam in my home country or in China before I can work in China?

    And for those wishing to go to the United States, common questions include:

    1. If I want to set up a business in the U.S., what kind of visas can I need to apply for?
    2. What are the permitted activities for a business visa?
    3. Is there a cap on an employment visa? Are there any applicable exceptions?
    4. What are the best visa options for foreign national employees? H1B, L-1, L-2, etc?
    5. How does a person apply for employment based visas? What is the processing time? How does a person extend such visas?
    6. If I need to apply for a green card, what is the process?
    7. How does a person change the visa status from student visa to employment visa? How does a person deal with the gap issues?

    Product Details

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    Section of International Law

    Product Code

    5210232MPL

    Publication Date

    11/1/2013 12:00:00 AM

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