Masuda Funai Speaker(s): Bryan Y. Funai
, Eldon H. Kakuda
, Kathleen M. Gaber
, Robert S. White
Masuda Funai and the Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Chicago (JCCC) are pleased to present a seminar on key issues in immigration law and risk management. The Human Resource Certification Institution (HRCI) has approved this seminar for 2.25 credit hours toward PHR, GPHR and SPHR recertification.
This seminar will address the legal issues and business procedures that Japanese companies and their American subsidiaries should be aware of and follow, to ensure proper compliance with U.S. immigration laws and protection of valuable business information. We have assembled a comprehensive program to provide you with information to assist and protect your company.
Who Should Attend
Human Resources personnel who are in charge of handling the transfer of employees; Managers, Executives, and Administrators who handle business procedures within a company; and new and current expatriates who want to understand more about the U.S. laws.
What You Will Learn
Part One - The U.S. and Canadian Immigration Ramifications of DUI's
Part Two - Immigration Considerations of Corporate Mergers and Reorganizations
Part Three - Current Processing Procedures, Staffing, Time-frame and Other Issues at the Consular Posts in Osaka and Tokyo
Part Four - Immigrant Visa (Green Card) Considerations for Multinational Managers and Local Hires
Part Five - Protecting Your Business from Claims, Fraud, etc.
For further information or questions, please contact Yewande Dawodu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may register for this complimentary seminar by clicking the link below. Deadline to register is May 12, 2006.