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Mastering your Visa: A Guide for Foreign Nationals Living and Working in the US

Mastering your Visa: A Guide for Foreign Nationals Living and Working in the US

Tuesday, February 7, 2006

Rockefeller University, Caspary Auditorium

Presented By

Presented by the Science Alliance


Speakers: Andy Fair, Attorney, Law Offices of Andrew L. Fair; Tina Jimenez, Director of Immigration Services, NYU Medical Center; Eldonie Etinoff-Gordon, Senior Supervisor of Immigration Services, Pfizer; Peter Jensen, Attorney, Jensen and Jensen

Immigration experts in the fields of law, education and employment will share important information about managing your Visa for short and long-term stays in the United States.

Andy Fair
"Applying for Permanent Residency Based on Exceptional Ability in the Sciences"

Tina Jimenez
"Navigating the Alphabet Soup of Non-Immigrant Visa Classifications"

Eldonie Etinoff-Gordon
"Employer Perspectives on Hiring Foreign Nationals"

Peter Jensen
"PERM, Visa Regression and Strategies for Permanent Residence"

Erika Rohrbach, Moderator
Committee on Immigration Policy and Practice Regional Representative, National Association of Foreign Student Administrators