Can I Still Recruit Physicians on Visas? Current Events in Physician Immigration
Time: 10:00 a.m. PT / Noon CT / 1:00 pm ET
Presenter: Elissa Taub, Siskind Susser PC
With all the media attention being given to immigration issues since January, recruiters might be wondering whether they can still pursue physicians who need visa sponsorship and, if so, how the changes in the law affect that recruitment. The answer is Yes! You can still recruit physicians who need visa sponsorship, but there have been some important changes to immigration laws and policies that could affect that recruitment.
After this webinar, recruiters should have an understanding of how physician recruitment and retention has been affected by recent presidential executive orders, new regulations and policy changes. Recruiters also will be up to date on the latest proposals to reform or change immigration law in the future, including proposed legislation, regulatory changes and pending litigation. Tips will be given about how to spot and prevent rumors from spreading, especially in a time of heightened anxiety for many international physicians in the US.
Elissa J. Taub is an attorney in the Memphis office of Siskind Susser PC, where she practices primarily in the area of physician immigration. Elissa also handles cases for individuals in the sports, entertainment and fashion industries. She has extensive experience with J-1 waivers, H-1Bs, O-1s, EB-1 extraordinary ability petitions, National Interest Waivers and labor certification based green cards, as well as a variety of other business and family immigration processes.
Prior to joining the firm in 2007, Elissa was an associate at two large law firms where she represented corporate clients in a variety of complex litigation matters, including antitrust, white collar criminal and class action litigation.
Elissa earned her Juris Doctor degree from Villanova University School of Law in Villanova, PA where she graduated magna cum laude, Order of the Coif. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Washington University in St. Louis.
Elissa has authored several articles and spoken on panels related to physician and business immigration and is regularly invited by clients to present on immigration matters. Elissa is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and has served on its Healthcare Professionals Committee. She also is a member of The Florida Bar.
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