MINNEAPOLIS — Nichibei Lecture Series of the Japan America Society of Minnesota provides the Japanese-speaking community with unique opportunities to hear local professional people and specialists share their expertise, experience, and knowledge, and build a network of friendship that contributes to our enjoyment of life in Minnesota. Nichibei Lecture Series hosts speakers on a very broad array of topics.
On Thursday, July 9th, the topic is “U.S. temporary Visas and Green Card Options”. The discussion will include topics such as background agency and administrative information on U.S. immigration law, U.S. temporary visas relevant to Japanese individuals/companies (B-1/B-2, F-1, J-1, H-1B, L-1, E-2, O-1 and K-1), the pathway to permanent residence (green card), and citizenship.
The lecture will be presented in Japanese with English slides.
Saiko Y. McIvor leads the Immigration Law team of the internal law firm of Dorsey and Whitney, LLP. She is distinguished as “The Best Lawyers in America” (2010-2015) . With 26 years of employment-based immigration practice and corporate law background, she represents business and individual clients with a variety of immigration projects, including temporary US visa applications, Permanent Resident applications, EB-5 applications, global mobility issues, I-9 compliance and training, and merger and acquisition-related counseling. Saiko is a frequent lecturer and author of publications on employment-based immigration subjects. She is a graduate of the University of Washington and Golden Gate University School of Law.
We are requesting you to share your own question regarding this topic when you RSVP to this event. Please add any questions you would like Saiko McIvor to answer at the lecture in the RSVP form here.
Date: Thursday, July 9th, 2015
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Location: Dorsey & Whitney, LLP
50 South Sixth Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402-1498
Registration and Payment
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$10 for JASM Members
$15 for Non JASM Members
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