Southwest Texas Chapter
'Global and U.S. Immigration Compliance'
Compliance tips and best practices for US based and global immigration and employment law.
Kristi Taylor, Partner - Fragomen
Joining Fragomen’s Dallas office as a Partner in 2013, Kristi advises corporate clients on a wide variety of immigrant and non-immigrant matters, including defending employer sanctions cases, helping develop strategies for addressing workforce reductions, and assisting with due diligence and other immigration issues during mergers and acquisitions. She also advises clients on public access files and I-9 program improvement and compliance. Her practice focuses on advising global mobility specialists and corporate professionals regarding the management of their immigration programs.
Diego Archer, Client Service Manager – Fragomen
Diego is a Client Services Manager splitting his time between Fragomen's Dallas and Houston offices, where he provides advice to clients regarding permanent transfers, rotational assignments, offshore worker options, vessel and rig operator commissions, and technical business visits for clients around the world. Diego is an active member of and contributor to the Fragomen Energy Maritime Engineering & Construction Practice Group, through which he advises on complex aspects of international transfers onshore and offshore, including multinational assignments, exploration, drilling and docking vessels.
Courtney D.B. Willenzik, Compliance & Commercial Insurance Specialist – JMJ Associates
Courtney D. B. Willenzik is a Compliance and Commercial Insurance Specialist at JMJ Associates, a global consulting firm specializing in safety leadership consulting. JMJ regularly sends consultants and employees all over the world, and one of the projects of the newly formed in-house legal department has been building a program to provide oversight to operations and ensure compliance. Courtney is a paralegal by training and holds a Bachelor’s of Arts from the University of Texas. She also holds a professional certification as a “Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional” from the Compliance Certification Board.
11:30AM - 1:00PM
March 5, 2015
Gables Park Plaza
115 Sandra Muraida Way
Austin, TX 78703
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