NEHRA's Webinar Series
Recap of the H-1B Cap Season, and Updates to Employment Rules for Foreign Students in the U.S.
Presented by Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP
Join us for a comprehensive analysis of the Fiscal Year 2017 “Cap Season.” In addition to reviewing the year’s H-1B Cap lottery results, and current government processing trends, this presentation will provide recommendations for employers on how to most effectively respond to Request for Evidence notices in association with Cap filings. This presentation will close with a discussion of the very recent changes to the rules surrounding the Optional Practical Training employment of foreign students that have completed studies in the U.S., who are holding degrees in “STEM” (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields.
Sapna Annicelli, Esq., Associate Attorney, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP
Sapna is an Associate in the firm's Boston office. She has represented clients on a wide array of immigration matters, including family- and employment-based immigration and nonimmigrant visa applications. Sapna has represented professional athletes and clients in the healthcare, hospitality, and information technology industries, among others.
Allison Williard, Esq., Associate Attorney, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP
Allison joined Fragomen's Boston office in 2014 as a law clerk, and has been an Associate Attorney since 2015. Allison's practice focuses on U.S. corporate immigration law, with particular emphasis on the IT Consulting industry. She has represented corporate and individual clients on an array of immigration matters, encompassing nonimmigrant petitions, and family-based immigrant visa applications. Allison also regularly offers pro bono assistance to members of the immigrant community. She has represented asylees in filing adjustment of status applications and survivors of domestic abuse in filing U visa applications.
While in law school, Allison served as Lead Articles Editor for the Journal of High Technology Law, and as a student attorney in the Battered Women's Advocacy Program. Allison holds a B.A. from Northeastern University, and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School with a concentration in Business Law.
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