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The Big League Recruiting Podcast: Scaling An Internationally Functioning Law Firm w/Jennifer Grady
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The Big League Recruiting Podcast: Scaling An Internationally Functioning Law Firm w/Jennifer Grady

Jennifer Grady, Esq., founding partner at The Grady Firm, P.C., joins The Big League Recruiting Podcast to chat about Scaling An Internationally Functioning Law Firm. Jennifer shares actionable steps and tips for entrepreneurs and small businesses to consider when recruiting, hiring, and managing employees. On this episode, Jennifer discusses: • How to navigate the growth process of an internationally functioning law firm helping people around the globe. • Transitions The Grady Firm, P.C. has had to make during the pandemic. • Hiring and recruitment contracts, and what you should be looking out for when partnering with a recruitment firm. • Onboarding and hiring international employees, including the do’ & don'ts that can help companies potentially save millions down the road. • Other topics surrounding hiring and layoffs. Have additional questions? Schedule a consultation with our experienced attorneys at https://www.gradyfirm.com/schedule. At The Grady Firm, P.C., we help protect the American Dream for individuals and business owners in the areas of business, contracts, employment, and immigration law. We are outside counsel for expanding companies looking to hire and retain talent from the US and abroad. We serve clients remotely from around the world. Our attorneys are licensed to practice immigration law in all 50 states, and employment law in California. Schedule your free 15-minute consultation today by calling +1 949-798-6298. Follow us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGradyFirm Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegradyfirm/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-grady-firm/about/ #podcast #entrepreneur #employmentlawyer #immigrationlawyer #lawyer #attorney #howtobuildabusiness #smallbusiness #scaleyourbusiness #internationallawfirm #lawfirm
How are International Students Affected by Schools Changing to Online Classes?
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How are International Students Affected by Schools Changing to Online Classes?

International Students Must Take In-Person Classes Starting This Fall or Immediately Depart the US Under New ICE Order As COVID-19 cases continue to surge in many parts of the United States, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has announced that international students studying in the United States pursuant to an F-1 Student Visa must take most of their classes in person or depart the country. In a sudden reversal to previous policy which permitted international students to participate in virtual classes as a way to prevent the spread of COVID-19, ICE’s new guidance will force international students to take most, if not all classes in-person. If an international student is facing a situation in which his or her school is not offering in-person classes, ICE suggests changing to a school that does permit in-person classes. If the student is unable to take in-person classes, they must depart the United States immediately. Several universities have filed lawsuits to stop this change before the July 15, 2020 deadline for schools to announce whether they will provide classes in person, online, or a hybrid method. This change can have major consequences for students who may be required to depart the US if their school changes to online-only classes. Find out what you can do and how to formulated your Plan A and Plan B based on how litigation proceeds by July 14. Read more in our blog article here: https://bit.ly/3gMbTW3 Book a free consultation or 30-Minute Discovery Session with The Grady Firm here: https://lnkd.in/gtSjYVt or call 949-798-6298. How has this order affected you or someone you know? Comment below and share with your friends. Read more on our COVID-19 resources page: https://www.gradyfirm.com/coronavirus-employment-law
How does the 6/22 Presidential Proclamation Affect L-1, J-1, H-1B, H-2B, & Green Card Applications?
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How does the 6/22 Presidential Proclamation Affect L-1, J-1, H-1B, H-2B, & Green Card Applications?

On Monday June 22, President Donald Trump signed an executive order suspending the issuance of visas in certain nonimmigrant (temporary) worker categories through the end of the calendar year 2020, extended an existing temporary ban on certain permanent visa categories through the end of the year, and ordered government agencies to investigate possible further work visa restrictions. The Order, which took effect immediately, covers H-1B Specialty Occupation workers, H-2B Seasonal workers, L-1A Multinational Executives and Managers, L-1B Multinational Specialized Employees, and J-1 Exchange Visitors. The Order also applies to the visas normally issued to the dependents of the impacted classifications. Also, in addition to temporarily suspending temporary work visas, the Order extends the President’s existing suspension on certain Immigrant (permanent) visa categories until the end of the year. All restrictions listed in the Order could potentially be extended past December 31, 2020 if the Trump Administration can demonstrate a continued need for the restrictions. Find out how this impacts these visa holders, and alternative options for people interested in coming to the US. Read our blog article here: https://bit.ly/302bBUt Book a free consultation or 30-Minute Discovery Session with The Grady Firm here: https://www.gradyfirm.com/schedule or call 949-798-6298. How has this order affected you or someone you know? Comment below and share with your friends. View our COVID-19 resources here: https://www.gradyfirm.com/coronavirus-employment-law

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