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Businesses caught in uncertainty of immigration travel ban to learn valuable insights at Butzel Long program on Tuesday, February 21

Businesses need a playbook to keep up with the daily changes on immigration since President Trump’s executive order was first announced.

Butzel Long’s Immigration Practice Group will discuss the latest information to help southeast Michigan businesses plan and prepare for next steps. The firm is hosting a free program titled, “Immigration Under The Trump Administration: The First 30 Days,” from 8 to 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at its office located at 41000 Woodward, Stoneridge West Building in Bloomfield Hills.

“Our goal is to provide businesses with the latest information to empower them to create a plan to best meet their needs,” said Clara DeMatteis Mager, Immigration Practice Department Leader, Butzel Long.

Attorneys will discuss the following:

Executive Orders — The Travel Ban

· The latest updates

· How we came to this point

· U.S. Entry Issues – Risks of international travel

· Impact on non-immigrant visas already issued

· Impact on non-immigrant and immigrant visas in process

· Impact on Permanent Residents

· Dual Citizenship

· Visa Interview Requirement

· Impact on USCIS Petitions

· Increased Site Visits and Raids

· Enhanced Screening

Impact on Business Immigration

· Executive Orders and future impact on H-1B, L-1A, L-1B, etc. nonimmigrant classifications

· Proposed legislation

· Future of NAFTA — TN and TN-2

For more information or to register online, visit For inquiries, contact Jocelyn Pomaranski at (313) 225-7075 or email at

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