【 Florida, USA】Speaker in 2019 AILA/GMS Annual Global Immigration Forum

Apr 15, 2019

2019 AILA/GMS Annual Global Immigration Forum will be held on June 17-18,  2019 in Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando™, Orlando, Florida, USA.

This conference, presented in partnership by AILA National and the AILA Global Migration Section, will address the latest global immigration issues around the world. The conference will provide attendees with cutting-edge information and practical advice on managing clients’ global mobility needs in an environment of change. Panels will address global immigration challenges, trends, and best practices, and for the first time this year, the conference will include a special track on Global Mobility Practice Management. Consular officers from several jurisdictions will be presenting, and attendees will also have a variety of networking opportunities to allow them to connect with fellow immigration practitioners from around the globe.

Avv. Marco Mazzeschi will be participating in the panel of CRIMINAL INADMISSIBILITY AND IMMIGRATION HOT TOPICS. The speakers will explore hot topics around the globe that are impacting admissibility for immigration purposes. Topics addressed will include the recent legalization of cannabis in multiple jurisdictions and the impact on the Schengen Visa Code and Schengen Information Systems (SIS) on admissibility. The panelists will also discuss best practices for obtaining police clearances and waivers where available.

  • Which Past Criminal Convictions Can Prevent Entry?
  • Cannabis Legalization and Its Effect on Immigration in Canada and Beyond
  • Schengen Information System, SIS Alerts, and Security Checks
  • Misrepresentations, Tips for Counseling Employers, Ethical Pitfalls to Avoid
  • How to Secure Waivers

Faculty:
Sergio R. Karas (DL), Toronto, ON
Matthew Amoils, Sydney, Australia
Marco Mazzeschi, Milan, Italy
Susanne Mooij, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Yoshio Shimoda, Mitaka-Shi, Japan

 

Avv. Marco Mazzeschi will be also participating in the Coffee & Conversation with the Experts sessions which will feature several roundtables of experts speaking to small groups on a variety of topics. Country-specific experts will be placed strategically at tables to lead interactive discussions. Avv. Mazzeschi will be an expert speaker for the roundtable on Brexit: Practice and Business Opportunities.

Faculty:
Dieter Kohlfuerst (DL), Hausham, Germany
Chetal Patel, London, UK
Marco Mazzeschi, Milan, Italy

 

For more information please visit the website: https://agora.aila.org/Conference/Detail/1554
View the complete conference program: http://www.ailadownloads.org/agora/inpersonconfprog/2019/2019-Global-Forum-Program.pdf

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