The videos linked below cover key global immigration and mobility topics. They are designed to give a brief and easy-to-understand overview of important topics relevant to the management of a global workforce.

Data Privacy at the Airport: Is it Possible to Protect Sensitive Data? (2 March 2021)
Our immigration and data privacy lawyers will be looking at the issue of data privacy, or lack thereof, at US ports of entry, including international airports. We will review a recent court decision that appears to further minimize protections for travelers entering the United States, as well as consider what can be done to protect sensitive data, if anything, and how a potential COVID vaccination chip and app could play into the mix.

The US Citizenship Act of 2021 (1 March 2021)
David Serwer and Alessandra Faso discuss the prospects for comprehensive immigration reform given the introduction of the US Citizenship Act of 2021, as well as the Biden Administration’s choice of immigration as its first major legislative battle after the COVID relief bill. The Act includes an eight year path to citizenship, relief for DREAMERS, and reforms to our asylum system which have made headlines, but the Act also proposes meaningful changes to the employment-based immigration system in the United States.

Reopening of the National Migration Institute in Mexico City (25 February 2021)
Daniel Urdiain of our Mexico Global Immigration and Mobility practice explores the continuing challenges for those submitting immigration filings in Mexico City, as well as the current alternatives to conclude the process in the shortest amount of time.

H-1B cap registration under the Biden Administration (10 February 2021)
Ginger Partee and John Foerster discuss changes to the H-1B program under the Biden Administration. We quickly review what was the final rule under the Trump Administration and provide insight on the new final rule, including practical considerations for in-house counsel and HR executives preparing for this year’s H-1B lottery.

Practical Implications of the Evolving Travel Restrictions for Entering the US from Abroad (4 February 2021)
Matthew Gorman and Sandhya Sharma discuss how travel restrictions are changing under the Biden Administration, and the practical impact of those changes on employers and employees. We present what was the law under the Trump Administration and what is the current legal framework.

Transit Options between Europe, Mexico and the US Given Ongoing Restrictions (3 February 2021)
Alessandra Faso, Tony Haque and Daniel Urdiain-Dector discuss the continuing challenges of employee travel between Europe, Mexico, and the United States given the myriad of issues including travel restrictions, flight restrictions, and consular closures.

Asia Pacific: Are Your Employees Considering Year-End Travel? Here’s What Your Company and They Should Know (16 December 2020)
Vivien Yu, Thuy Hang Nguyen, Zhao Yang Ng and Janna Jung discuss the challenges of employee travel into and out of Australia, Singapore and Vietnam during the holiday season.

Europe: Are Your Employees Considering Year-End Travel? Here’s What Your Company and They Should Know (9 December 2020)
Tony Haque, Ilya Hoekerd and Pamela Mafuz discuss the challenges of employee travel into and out of the Netherlands, Spain and the UK during this holiday season.

North America: Are Your Employees Considering Year-End Travel? Here’s What Your Company and They Should Know (18 November 2020)
Matt Gorman, Ginger Partee and Stephanie MacIntosh discuss the challenges of employee travel into and out of the US and Canada during the upcoming holiday season.

Extended Remote Workforce (18 June 2020)
As companies begin to reopen, a new trend has emerged: the idea of permanently remote employees. Our attorneys explore cross-border issues and challenges US employers face with employees working remotely from locations outside their home countries.

The Next Normal in Spain, the Netherlands and the UK (15 June 2020)
Our Global Immigration & Mobility lawyers from Spain, the Netherlands and the UK explore the current landscape and anticipated challenges employers will face with employee travel and immigration processes.

The Next Normal in Asia Pacific (3 June 2020)
Our Global Immigration & Mobility lawyers from Australia, Hong Kong/China and Singapore explore the current landscape and anticipated challenges employers will face with employee travel and immigration processes.

The Next Normal in Canada, Mexico and US (27 May 2020)
Our Global Immigration & Mobility lawyers from the US, Canada and Mexico explore the current landscape and anticipated challenges employers will face with employee travel and immigration processes.

The Global Mobility Minute – What is the Difference Between Tax Equalization and Tax Protection?
Kerry Weinger answers the question.

The Global Mobility Minute – What Do I Need to Know When Assigning Employees to Work In Mexico? 
Liliana Hernandez-Salgado answers the question.

The Global Mobility Minute – Do Equity Awards Raise Special Issues for Mobile Employees?
Aimee Soodan answers the question.

The Global Mobility Minute – Can US Border Officers Really Take My Cellphone?
Melissa Allchin talks about whether US Border officers really can take and search your cellphone.

The Global Mobility Minute – Accidental Expat
Kerry Weinger explains what accidental expats are and why companies should be concerned.

The Global Mobility Minute – What Is a Totalization Agreement?
Narendra Acharya explains what totalization agreements are and why companies rely on them.

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