Immigration was perhaps the most hotly debated topic in the recently concluded U.S. presidential election. In a surprise upset, Donald J. Trump became the 45th U.S. President and immediately made good on a wide range of number of immigration restrictions. It is time to assess the election’s legal ramifications for the millions of legal and illegal immigrants currently in the United States, how the new administration’s policies might affect employers headquartered here and abroad, and the new stricter policies’ consequences for prospective U.S. residents.
Please join us as we explore the current state of affairs and expected future changes, and how you, your families and colleagues, and the Danish community may be affected.
Tara Vance, Holland & Knight LLP and
Steve Maggi, SMA Law Firm
Thursday March 16, 2017,6.00-8.00PM EST
Holland & Knight LLP
31 52nd Street 12th Fl.
New York, NY 10019
6:00-6:15 – Networking
6:15-7:15 – Presentation by Tara Vance and Steve Maggi followed by Q&A.
7:15-8:00 – Networking – with wine, soft drinks and light snacks served
Participants must present ID and arrive 5-10 minutes before start to get through security check.
$20 for members and non-members. All Members who attend will be reimbursed after the event.
No refunds for cancellations.
No later than Mar. 14, 2017
Tara L. Vance is a partner in Holland & Knight's New York office. Tara advises clients on establishing business entities in the U.S. and assists with strategic planning for bringing employees to the U.S. to work and employing foreign nationals following a merger or acquisition. Tara advises foreign and domestic start-up companies, mid- and large-size entities, and non-profit organizations in obtaining immigrant and non-immigrant visas and with related compliance issues, as well as advising and assisting business entities and individuals with the EB-5 immigrant investor program.
Steve Maggi is a former immigrant who decided to launch his own law firm in 2004 to assist foreign nationals with their unique versions of the American Dream. A Georgetown Law graduate, Mr. Maggi has spent the last 13 years working with foreign companies, start-ups and investors to assist them in securing visas and green cards based on the establishment of U.S. businesses which create jobs for U.S. workers, and has helped clients from over 70 countries, both in the U.S. and with visa petitions processed at U.S. embassies and consulates all over the world, including Denmark.