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2018 Green Card Trends

March 15, 2018

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Immigration-related perks play a key role in competitively recruiting and retaining foreign national talent.

When it comes to green cards, our 2018 Immigration Trends Report found that 70 percent of employers are sponsoring green cards, and nearly all (98 percent) have changed their green card policy over the past year.

Join Envoy as we discuss how employers across the country use permanent residency as a tool to attract and retain valued global talent.

You'll learn how other employers:

  • Are making changes to their green card policies
  • Incorporate green cards into their perk packages
  • Handle green card sponsorship times and payment plans
  • …and more

Please note: this webinar is well-suited for all HR practitioners who have a basic understanding of the immigration process but would like to learn more information. To access more advanced webinars, please visit our resource center or stay tuned for more updates.


Allison-Kranz_Headshot.jpgABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Allison Kranz

Prior to joining Envoy Global, Inc. Allison Kranz practiced immigration law. She was a Managing Attorney at Maney & Gordon, P.A. and an Associate Attorney at Ogletree Deakins. In these roles she gained significant experience handling all aspects of corporate/employment-based immigration law and created strategy to address the visa, work, permanent immigration and citizenship goals of her clients. She represented fortune 500 companies in business immigration matters and acquired critical experience in H-1B, L, TN, O and permanent resident cases, as well as U.S. Department of Labor audits. Her immigration law practice emphasized the representation of universities, in addition to the information technology, financial, national security, and healthcare fields.


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Ian Helms

Ian brings more than five years of combined experience in marketing, public relations and strategic communication to Envoy. As Content Strategist, he plays a key role in conceptualizing and developing all of Envoy’s resources – from educational webinars, like this, to visa guides, checklists, blog posts, emails, social media updates and more. He does this to keep individuals, like you, informed on the latest immigration trends, news and policy updates and help them better understand and navigate the immigration process. Prior to Envoy, Ian was the Communications and Engagement Strategist for bswift, a benefits administration technology.

Earn Continuing Education Credit

The 2018 Green Card Trends webinar grants attendees one general HR Certification Institute credit toward the PHR, SPHR, GPHR, HRMP, or HRBP certification programs. The continuing education certifications allow HRs to demonstrate a mastery of industry operations, best practices and regulations.


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