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IMMIGRATION SEMINAR TO COVER NEW REGULATIONS ON WORK VISAS FOR PROFESSIONALS, EXECUTIVES AND INVESTORS

 IMMIGRATION SEMINAR TO COVER NEW REGULATIONS ON WORK VISAS
 FOR PROFESSIONALS, EXECUTIVES AND INVESTORS
 Also to Cover U.S. and Foreign Tax Laws Impacting New Residents
 LOS ANGELES, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- New regulations on "investor visas" and how to quickly process temporary work visas for professionals and executives will be covered in a half-day seminar on recent developments in U.S. immigration. The seminar also will describe how business executives and technical professionals can take advantage of and avoid costly mistakes with U.S. tax laws and foreign investment in the United States.
 The international law firm of Baker & McKenzie is providing "U.S. Immigration Law Update: Opportunities and Pitfalls for Businesses" as a public service at no charge. The seminar is scheduled for 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, April 24, at the Sheraton Grande Hotel, 333 S. Figueroa in downtown Los Angeles. Further information is available from Beverly Taylor at 213-892-7732.
 "Multinational businesses, hospitals, engineering firms, executive recruiters and entertainment-related companies are some of the types of organizations that will find the seminar useful," said Frida P. Glucoft, chair of the Immigration and Nationality Law Practice in the Los Angeles office of Baker & McKenzie. "In general, any company utilizing the services of foreign employees in its U.S. and/or overseas operations, and/or companies seeking to transfer U.S. personnel abroad should send a representative to this seminar."
 In addition, the seminar will cover management and financial requirements that individual investors must meet in applying for U.S. residency under the new "investor's visa" program.
 Speakers include immigration and tax specialists from Baker & McKenzie's worldwide offices, as well as from the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service.
 This activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 3.75 hours for attorneys wishing to apply for credit.
 Baker & McKenzie is the world's largest law firm with more than 1,600 attorneys at 50 offices in 30 countries. The Los Angeles office has 60 attorneys, who practice domestic and international law in a wide range of fields, including: litigation; corporate and securities; foreign trade; domestic and international tax; government law; banking and finance; immigration; employment and labor law; real estate; environmental law; probate and estate planning; and construction law.
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 /CONTACT: Nancy Suey Castles of Baker & McKenzie, 213-892-4948/ CO: Baker & McKenzie ST: California IN: SU: PER


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