Immigration Compliance—Avoiding the Handcuffs: The Latest in HR Immigration Best Practices from ICE and Leading Professionals

Santa Clara Marriott
2700 Mission College Boulevard
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(408) 988-1500

If you read a newspaper or watch TV, you are aware that employers have been thrust into the front lines in the fight against illegal immigration. The challenges faced by employers in meeting their obligations regarding immigration compliance have never been greater.

Join us for this special presentation featuring a distinguished panel of federal government officers, professionals and attorneys. They will address the confusion surrounding immigration and employment compliance and provide over-stretched HR professionals practical tips and "best practices," including:

  • ICE's Role in Work Site Enforcement and Keeping Employers Compliant
  • The Viability and Advantages of Electronic I-9s
  • The Present and Future of E-Verify and the IMAGE Program
  • Immigration Risk Management to Avoid Fines, Penalties and Litigation
  • Conflicts Between Employment and Immigration Laws

Presenters:
Senior Special Agent David Moss,
United States Department of Homeland Security
Robin Stutman,
Office of Special Counsel, Department of Justice (by video)
Daniel Siciliano,
CEO of LawLogix Group, Inc.
Robert S. Groban, Jr.,
Epstein Becker Green
Steven Blackburn, 
Epstein Becker Green

Moderator:  
Jang Hyuk Im, Epstein Becker Green

Registration Fee: $60
Early Registration (before March 1): $50
To register, please click here.

If you have any question about this briefing, please contact
Paul Schneider, 415/399-6025 or
[email protected].

Continental Breakfast and Lunch Included, Parking Not Included

NOTE: This activity has been approved for 3 hours of MCLE credit by the State Bar of California. Please note that in order to receive full credit for attending this briefing, the registrant must be present for the entire session. Full scholarships to attend EBG Breakfast Briefings will be granted to nonprofit organizations, public sector employees and unemployed attorneys. To apply, send your request, stating the reason for your interest, along with the completed registration form.