Immigration



Comprehensive Services

Our immigration practice serves as a natural extension of the firm’s labor and employment, corporate, health law, international, and tax departments, in which our immigration lawyers coordinate and consult with lawyers in these specialized areas, in order to provide comprehensive services to all of the firm’s clients, while addressing each client’s unique immigration needs.

Diverse Clients

Our immigration lawyers thus have experience addressing the immigration issues inherent in a range of specialties, which complements their extensive expertise in business-related immigration matters.  This comprehensive strategy is most evident when reviewing the firm’s immigration client list, which includes:

  • individual entrepreneurs
  • family-owned businesses
  • Tier-1 automotive suppliers
  • international chemical manufacturers
  • international tire manufacturers
  • religious-based community centers
  • a variety of hospitals, physicians and other medical and dental related companies

Immigration Compliance

Our consultations begin with an extensive examination into the client’s particular immigration needs, with an emphasis on compliance with immigration related regulations applicable to all employers.  Our lawyers will advise employers regarding employment eligibility verification and recordkeeping requirements, while at the same time ensuring compliance with anti-discrimination provisions, both those specific to immigration and on a wider scale.  In addition, our immigration lawyers will assist clients in drafting corporate policies that comply with the varying laws, without sacrificing administrative ease and efficiency.  We also provide comprehensive assistance with I-9 audits—both self-audits and those initiated by the government. 

Government Agency Interaction

Our expertise includes coordination with the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (“USCIS,” the former “INS”), the Customs and Border Protection, the United States Department of State, and the United States Department of Labor in addressing visa processing, labor certifications, employment eligibility verification, anti-discrimination and recordkeeping issues. In addition, we regularly advise whether any regulated information is “deemed to be exported” to a nonimmigrant worker, and compliance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations.

Strategies for Nonimmigrant Visa Processing

Our immigration lawyers specialize in obtaining nonimmigrant visas to the United States for our clients’ foreign workers.  Our lawyers will assist clients not only in finding the most appropriate temporary visa classification, but also with compiling the strongest supporting documentation that will demonstrate entitlement to the visa classification sought.  Our lawyers have successfully obtained a variety of nonimmigrant visas, including:

  • B-1 business visas, including the B-1 in lieu of H-1B and B-1 in lieu of H-3 visas.
  • E-1 and E-2 treaty trader and investor visas, for both multinational corporations and individual investors seeking to open new businesses in the U.S.
  • E-3 visas for citizens of Australia seeking to work in a specialty occupation.
  • H-1B professional worker visas in a wide variety of industries, including the health care field.
  • J-1 exchange visitor trainee and intern visas, including drafting individualized training plans and sponsorship packages. 
  • Obtaining waivers of the J-1 visa two-year home residency requirement for foreign physicians who are graduates of U.S. medical schools and others subject to the home residency requirement.
  • L-1A and B, intra-company transferee visas, including establishment of new offices, and “blanket L” visas.
  • O-1 visas for foreign workers with extraordinary ability.
  • R-1 visas for religious workers.
  • TN visas for citizens of Canada or Mexico who work in a variety of occupations.

Permanent Residency for Foreign Workers and Their Family Members

In addition to working with clients to develop nonimmigrant visa strategies, our immigration lawyers also specialize in obtaining permanent residence for foreign workers, including navigating the complex foreign labor certification program overseen by the U.S. Department of Labor, which is a prerequisite to most types of employment-based permanent visa classifications.  In the rapidly changing world of labor certification, our immigration lawyers are on the cutting edge of developments involving the electronic PERM certification process.  In addition to our expertise in obtaining the required labor certification allowing immigrant visa petitions to proceed, we also have successfully obtained immigrant visas for foreign workers in a range of classifications, including Multinational Managers and Executives, Outstanding Researchers, and Extraordinary Ability Aliens, each of which allows foreign workers and their family members to apply for permanent residency without first obtaining an approved labor certification application.  We regularly file permanent residency applications for foreign workers and their dependent family members, both within the U.S. and at U.S. consulates abroad.

Outbound Immigration

In addition to the assistance we regularly provide our clients with obtaining nonimmigrant and immigrant visas for foreign workers to legally work in the U.S., we are increasingly assisting our global client-base with visas to other countries, for both U.S. citizens and citizens of other countries, with an emphasis on temporary and permanent visas to Canada, China, Mexico, Germany, and the United Kingdom.  Outbound immigration at Shumaker is thus an integral part of the firm’s international practice group.

Advice and Consultation Regarding Travel

Our lawyers have developed a special expertise in advising foreign workers on their interactions with Customs and Border Protection Officers at ports-of-entry throughout the country.  Our expertise extends beyond ports-of-entry to consular posts located all over the world, which are staffed by Department of State officers.  Our immigration lawyers have extensive experience advising foreign workers on how to successfully navigate the complex electronic visa application form and appointment process, as well as how to successfully conduct their personal interviews with consular officers. 

Regular Updates

In the rapidly changing world of immigration law, perhaps the most important service our immigration lawyers provide is regular communication, conveying crucial information regarding new statutes, regulations and government guidance memorandums, fee increases, visa allocation cut-offs and other impending deadlines. 

Our immigration practice also includes each client within the firm’s inter-disciplinary team of experts, enabling us to fully understand each client’s business requirements while developing the client’s specialized immigration strategy. 


News Releases

06.03.2016Mechelle Zarou Joins Welcome Toledo-Lucas County Steering Committee and Boards of LAWO/ABLE, and Arts Commission of Greater Toledo
06.01.2016Maria del Carmen Ramos Elected to Board of Directors of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
04.05.2016Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP Attorneys Named Top Lawyers
03.15.2016Maria del Carmen Ramos Receives JD Supra Readers' Choice Award
11.12.2015Shumaker Earns “Best Law Firm” Rankings from U.S. News – Best Lawyers® 2016
11.03.2015Natalie L. McEwan Joins Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP
06.16.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Comments on Recent Immigration Ruling
06.04.2015Jennifer G. Roeper Reappointed to The Florida Bar Immigration & Nationality Board Certification Committee
06.03.2015Jennifer G. Roeper Appointed to Advisory Board for Metropolitan Ministries Pasco County
05.06.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Selected to be a Part of Class III of The Florida Bar Wm. Reece Smith, Jr. Leadership Academy
05.05.2015Robin L. Todd Recipient of 13th Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Award
04.28.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Speaks at Labor Migration and Migrant Adaptation Program
04.27.2015Mechelle Zarou Presented to American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Texas Chapter
04.27.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Attended Family Defender Orientation
04.24.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Appointed to Florida Bar Committee
11.03.2014Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP Receives Metropolitan First-Tier Rankings in U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” for 2015
10.01.2014Shumaker Unveils Blog Focused on Immigration Law
08.04.2014Maria del Carmen Ramos Appointed Chair for Immigration & Nationality Law Section of HCBA
07.28.2014Shumaker, Loop and Kendrick Attorneys Hold Employment Law Seminar
07.15.2014Maria del Carmen Ramos Selected to Latino American Who's Who
07.11.2014Jennifer G. Roeper Elected to Board of Directors of Tampa Bay Technology Forum
04.22.2014Jennifer G. Roeper Joins Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP
11.06.2013Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP Receives Metropolitan First-Tier Rankings in U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” for 2014
11.05.2012Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP Ranked Among “Best Law Firms” in U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers® Guide

Blogs

09.21.2016Who is Eligible for Parole Under the International Entrepreneur Rule?
08.16.2016OSC Issues Guidance to Employers Related to Immigration Questions During the Hiring Process
08.11.2016U.S. Manufacturers Need Immigration Certainty to Grow Economy
07.18.2016Immigration Compliance Alert: Increase in Fines for Immigration Related Violations Take Effect on August 1, 2016
07.18.2016Immigration Compliance Alert: Increase in Fines for Immigration Related Violations Takes Effect on August 1, 2016
07.08.2016USCIS Has Finished Returning Unselected H-1B Cap Subject Petitions
06.16.2016Mechelle Zarou Inducted as a Fellow of the Ohio State Bar Association
06.08.2016Maria Ramos Appears on That Business Show with Jamie Meloni
06.07.2016Our Immigration Policy Shouldn't be Left to Chance
05.20.2016Visa Waiver Program Participants Are Required to Have an e-Passport to Travel to the U.S.
05.09.2016USCIS Proposes Hike in Filing Fees
05.03.2016USCIS Finishes Data Entry of H-1B Cap Subject Petitions
04.25.2016Alert: Premium Processing for FY 2017 H-1B Cap Petitions to Begin May 12
04.12.2016EU Threatens to Revoke U.S. and Canada Visa Waivers
03.22.2016Recent Changes to the Trade Embargo May Facilitate Cuban Baseball Players Being Able to Legally Play for MLB Teams
03.11.2016Immigration Reform: Where are we today?
03.02.2016Decision on STEM OPT Program is Delayed Until May 10, 2016
02.16.2016Cuba: The Next Frontier for Agribusiness Products
02.04.2016USCIS Processing Delays for H-1B Extensions Continue
01.19.2016Breaking News: SCOTUS to Hear DOJ's Appeal of the Fifth Circuit's Decision in State of Texas v. U.S.
01.10.20168TH CIRCUIT DENIES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
12.07.2015USCIS proposes new changes to Form I-9
11.19.2015Planning Ahead: H-1Bs for FY2017
11.17.2015CBP Studies Use of Body-Worn Cameras in Certain Circumstances
11.11.2015EB-5 Legislative Update
11.10.2015Fifth Circuit Ruling Upholds Injunction Against the President's Executive Actions on Immigration
11.09.2015Employers May Request Alternative Documents Following an Internal I-9 Audit
11.05.2015EB-5 Regional Center Annual Reports are Due by December 29, 2015
11.02.2015The Current Status of the Unaccompanied Children at our Border
10.26.2015New System, Same Result
10.22.2015Important Changes to Byzantine Cuban Assets Control Regulations
10.20.2015Proposed New Rule May Save the STEM OPT Program
10.19.2015Bridging the Divide: Cuba Today
10.16.2015USCIS and DOS Attempt to Clarify Increasingly Complex Visa Bulletin Situation
10.06.2015Filing Fees Lowered for H-1B and L-1 Dependent Employers
10.02.2015Congratulations to Natalie McEwan!
09.28.2015Not So Fast! Department of State Releases Updated Visa Bulletin for October 2015
09.24.2015USCIS Suspends Final Adjudication of Employment-Based Adjustment Applications Until October 1, 2015
09.21.2015Government Shutdown Possible: Immigration Delays
09.15.2015Technical Problem Affects PERM Filings
09.10.2015Moving Into the 21st Century
09.09.2015Giving Your All
09.08.2015Temporary Protected Status Announced for Yemen
09.03.2015Payment Process for Immigrant Fees Simplified
08.31.2015NVC Errors Continue
08.19.2015I-9 Violations Result in Harsh Consequences
08.17.2015Immigration Alert: Decision Overturning 17-month OPT/STEM Extensions is stayed as USCIS scrambles to cure deficiencies
08.05.2015Deadline for Nationals of Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone to Register for TPS is August 18, 2015
08.04.2015Knock, Knock: Who's there?
07.21.2015Client Alert: Amended Petitions Required When Relocating H-1B Employees
07.15.2015Texas Denies Immigrant Children Their U.S. Citizenship
07.14.2015About our Immigration Practice
07.14.2015Executive Action Update: 3 Year EADs Issued After 2/16/15 Injunction Must Be Returned
07.13.2015USCIS Resumes Premium Processing Service for H-1B Extensions
07.13.2015Executive Action Update: 3 Year EADs Issued After 2/16/15 Injunction Must Be Returned by 7/17/15
07.10.2015DOS Alert: U.S. Embassy in Mexico City Will No Longer Process E Visas
07.01.2015I-9 Update: Green Cards Do Not Always Have a Signature
07.01.2015Bienvenidos a Habana
06.25.2015Update on Temporary Protected Status
06.18.2015Client Alert: Visa and Passport Delays Expected to Continue Through Next Week
06.16.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Comments on Recent Immigration Ruling
06.10.2015When Is Paying an Honorarium Permissible?
06.09.2015Jennifer G. Roeper Reappointed to The Florida Bar Immigration & Nationality Board Certification Committee
06.02.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Receives an AV® Peer Rating
05.25.2015Alert: Preliminary Injunction is Denied-H-4 EAD Program Moves Forward.
05.25.2015Alert: Preliminary Injunction is Denied-H-4 EAD Program Moves Forward
05.20.2015USCIS Suspends Premium Processing of Petitions for H-1B Extension
05.20.2015Cuba: La Perla de las Antillas
05.15.2015Proud to Support Third Annual HBIF Golf Tournament
05.13.2015DHS Asks Court to Dismiss Lawsuit Challenging H-4 Work Authorization
05.11.20152000 Three Year Work Permits Were Issued by DHS in Violation of Injunction
05.06.2015Robin L. Todd Awarded the 13th Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Award for Outstanding Paralegal
05.05.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Selected to be a Fellow of the Florida Bar Wm. Reece Smith, Jr. Leadership Academy
05.01.2015DOL and DHS Release Joint New Rules for H-2B Visa Program
04.30.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Appointed to Florida Bar Committee
04.29.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Speaks at Labor Migration and Migrant Adaption Program
04.28.2015Mechelle Zarou Presented to American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Texas Chapter
04.28.2015Mechelle Zarou Presented to the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Texas Chapter
04.17.2015Stay on Order Affecting H-2B Program is Extended by One Month
04.16.2015EB-5 Retrogresses By Two Years in May 2015 for Nationals of China
04.15.2015Premium Processing Update for Selected H-1B Petitions
04.13.2015Alert: USCIS Conducts Random H-1B Lottery for FY 2016
04.13.2015Alert: USCIS Conducts Random H-1B Lottery for FY 2016
04.09.2015Employment Authorization for Certain H-4 Dependent Spouses
04.08.2015Multiple Legal Briefs Defending The President's Executive Actions Filed
04.07.2015H-1B Cap For FY 2016 Has Been Reached
04.03.2015Maria del Carmen Ramos Invited to Attend Family Defender Orientation
03.25.2015Fifth Circuit to Hear Oral Arguments on Whether to Lift Injunction on April 17
03.25.2015April Visa Bulletin Released
03.24.2015L-1B Policy Development: USCIS Issues L-1B Adjudications Policy for Comment
03.24.2015L-1B Policy Development: USCIS Issues L-1B Adjudications Memo for Comment
03.19.2015OPT Program Under Attack
03.18.2015USCIS Resumes Processing of H-2B Petitions
03.16.2015The President's Executive Actions on Immigration Are Further Delayed
03.15.2015Conducting An Internal I-9 Audit
03.11.2015Navigating H-1B Requirements: The Degree Must Relate to the Specialty Occupation
03.10.2015Adjudication of H-2B Petitions Temporarily Suspended
03.09.2015Congressman Jolly's Bill Could Change Lives of E-2 Visa Holders
03.05.2015Avoiding an Immigration Nightmare: The Importance of Knowing When a Work Visa is Necessary
03.02.2015Navigating H-1B Requirements: The Existence of a Valid Employer-Employee Relationship
02.27.2015Cuban Baseball Players Are No Longer Required to Obtain a License to Play Ball
02.24.2015Bridging the Gap to Cuba
02.24.2015Mark Your Calendars: DHS Extends Employment Authorization Eligibility to Certain H-4 Dependent Spouses Effective May 26, 2015
02.23.2015Come on, Nightline?!
02.21.2015USCIS Updates EB-5 Processing Time Information
02.19.2015Temporary Injunction Issued Against DAPA And Expanded DACA
02.10.2015USCIS Announces H-2B Cap Reached for the First Half of Fiscal Year 2015
02.09.2015National Visa Center Experiencing Glitch in Processing of Chinese EB-5 Immigrant Visa Applications
02.06.2015Bipartisan Legislation Seeks to Make the EB-5 Program Permanent
02.04.2015What Happens When An Employee Admits I-9 Documents Were Fraudulent
02.03.2015Court of Appeals Censures USCIS' Narrow Interpretation of L-1B Visa Requirementsi
02.03.2015Court of Appeals Censures USCIS' Narrow Interpretation of L-1B Visa Requirements
01.28.2015H-1B Season is Almost Upon Us
01.27.2015USCIS Terminates 16 EB-5 Regional Centers
01.26.2015Three Things to Know About DAPA
01.20.2015Administrative Changes To Take Effect Soon
01.19.2015USCIS Issues Fliers About the President's Executive Actions
01.16.2015Top Twelve EB-5 Countries by US Immigrant Visa Issuance
01.15.2015Temporary Protected Status Extended for El Salvador
01.14.2015New Form I-129 Now Available
01.13.2015Living Well: Making a Difference in our Community
01.12.2015The Devil is in the Details: What Employers and Businesses Need to Know About the President's Executive Actions on Immigration
01.07.2015Five Things Employers Should Consider When Conducting an I-9 Self-Audit
12.29.2014Form I-9 Verification Process Update
12.24.2014Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP's Immigration Team Wishes our Clients and Colleagues a Wonderful Holiday Season
12.22.2014EB-5 Public Engagement Update
12.19.2014USCIS Updates Its List of 68 Countries Eligible to Participate in the H-2A and H-2B Visa Programs
12.18.2014Changes to the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program Are Announced
12.17.2014EB-5: A Creative Financing Option for U.S. Developers and Businesses
12.10.2014U.S. & China Extend Visas for Business Travelers, Tourists, and Students
12.08.2014How to Respond When ICE Offers to Help
12.04.2014Deadline to File Form I-924A is December 29, 2014
12.02.2014Upcoming E-Verify Record Disposal Date
11.24.2014Executive Actions on Immigration… Now, what?
11.21.2014President Obama Unveils His Proposed Executive Actions on Immigration
11.20.2014Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone are Awarded Temporary Protected Status Designations
11.19.2014New Requirements for J-1 Program Mandates Annual Audits and Reports to Department of State
11.19.2014New J-1 Program Requirements Mandate Annual Audits and Reports to Department of State
11.18.2014NVC No Longer Accepting Original Civil Documents
11.17.2014U.S. Rolls Out New Refugee/Parole Program for Certain Central American Children
11.14.2014Extensions of Visa Validity Periods for Chinese Nationals
11.13.2014Channeling Our Inner Atticus Finch
11.06.2014The Dangers Lurking in Our Backyard: Human Trafficking in Tampa Bay
11.05.2014DHS Announces Enhancements to the Visa Waiver Program
11.04.2014USCIS Releases Interim Policy Memorandum Regarding T-6 Category
10.31.2014DHS Publishes Final Rule on Notices of Decisions and Documents Evidencing Lawful Status And Revises Forms G-28 & G-28I
10.30.2014More EB-5 Predictions
10.29.2014USCIS Expands Definition of "Mother" and "Parent" Under the INA
10.28.2014Failure to file Form I-924A Can Lead to a Notice of Intent to Terminate
10.27.2014Haitian Family Reunification Parole Program Announced for 2015
10.25.2014USCIS Publishes Updated EB-5 Processing Time Information
10.23.2014Retrogression Alert Issued for EB-5 Category
10.22.2014Department of State Announces Visa Fee Changes
10.20.2014Temporary Protected Status Extended for Honduras and Nicaragua
10.17.2014USCIS Will Begin Disposing of E-Verify Records 10 Years Old and Older
10.14.2014New USCIS System Dedicated to Employee I-9 Needs
10.14.2014The Crisis at our Border
10.08.2014EB-2 India Retrogresses
10.06.2014The I-9 Squeeze: What Happens When An Employer Migrates to a Completely Electronic System?
09.30.20142016 Diversity Visa Lottery Program Details Announced
09.29.2014To Amend, or Not to Amend?
09.23.2014Federal Government Fines Its Own Janitorial Service for I-9 Violations
09.23.2014A Cautionary Tale for H-1B Employers
09.23.2014USCIS Now Using New Ink Color for Certain Documents Which May be Used for Form I-9
09.18.2014EB-2 India: Retrogression Expected
09.18.2014Extension of Temporary Protected Status for Sudan
09.18.2014If You Renounce Your U.S. Citizenship, You Have to Pay the Piper
09.16.2014Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) FAQs and How To Guides Now Available in Multiple Languages
09.15.2014The Infamous EB-5 Visa
09.15.2014Immigrant Visas for EB-5 China Depleted
09.09.2014Salt Lake City's Only Five Diamond Hotel Fined $2 Million for I-9 Violations
09.05.2014The Rules of the Game Change As ICE Targets Employers
08.21.2014DOJ Addresses the Anti-Discrimination Provision in Connection with I-9 Compliance
08.18.2014Keeping Up with the Times: Solving the I-9 Conundrum for Remote Employees
08.11.2012The EB-5 Program: The Road to Citizenship Less Traveled

Publications

08.12.2016Client Alert: OSC Issues Guidance to Employers Related to Immigration Questions During the Hiring Process
08.09.2016Client Alert: DOJ Hikes Fines for Immigration Related Violations
July 2016"Our Immigation Policy Shouldn't be Left to Chance," Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer magazine
March 2016"Immigration Reform: Where are we Today?," Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer magazine
December 2015"I-9 Records Retention - Avoid Fines!," Presented at seminar for human resources professionals for the ABC-Florida Gulf Coast Chapter
11.23.2015"Bridging the Divide:  Cuba Today"
10.18.2015"Bridging the Divide Between the United States and Cuba," Tampa Bay Times
07.21.2015Client Alert: Amended Petitions Required When Relocating H-1B Employees
06.09.2015Client Alert: Visa and Passport Delays Expected to Continue
March 2015"Conducting an Internal I-9 Audit," Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine
01.14.2015Client Alert - The Devil is In the Details: What Employers and Businesses Need to Know About President Obama's Executive Actions on Immigration
January 2015Living Well:  Making a Difference in Our Community, Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer magazine.
12.17.2014Client Alert - EB-5: A Creative Financing Option for U.S. Developers and Businesses
12.01.2014"How to Respond When ICE Offers to Help"
11.12.2014Immigration Law:  Channeling Our Inner Atticus Finch, Lawyer Magazine
09.05.2014Client Alert - The Rules of the Game Change As ICE Targets Employers
08.18.2014Client Alert - Keeping Up with the Times: Solving the I-9 Conundrum for Remote Employees
09.01.2012"EB-5 Program: The Road to Citizenship Less Traveled," "insights" Newsletter - Fall 2012
09.01.2008"Immigration Legislation Alert"
11.19.2007"I-9 Form and Domestic Violence Leave Law - Regional News Bulletin"
April 2007Author, "Immigration Compliance: Avoiding the Pitfalls," Author, Counsel-to-Counsel Magazine
October 2006Author, "Immigration in the News," Paralegal Association of Florida, Inc.
April 2006Author, "Immigration Policy and Proposed Legislative Changes," Tampa Bay Women in International Trade
03.01.2002Co-Author, "Understanding Immigration Law: A Guide to Working with Foreign Nationals," Association Management

Newsletters

Events and Presentations

07.15.2014Tampa Employment Law Update Seminar
October 2008Speaker, AILA South Florida Chapter Annual Conference
March 2008Speaker, "International Skills Put to Practice," American Association of University Women, Schiller University
Fall 2007Speaker, "PERM Strategies and Updates," AILA Central Florida Chapter Conference, Clearwater
March 2007Speaker, "Business Immigration/Employment Law Issues," Lorman Seminar
2007Speaker, "Immigration Enforcement and I-9 Updates," Plant City
2007Speaker, Employment and Immigration Update, Jacksonville and Orlando
Fall 2006Speaker, "H-1B Cap Issues and Alternate Business Visa Strategies," AILA Central Florida Chapter Conference, St. Petersburg Beach
April 2006Speaker, "Immigration Policy Update," Tampa Bay Organization of Women in International Trade
February 2013Speaker, "Update on Emerging Judicial, Legislative and Administrative Employment and Immigration Law Issues 2013 and Beyond," Employment Law Seminar, Fort Meyers

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