It is an unprecedented time. During this period of uncertainty, global mobility and global HR leaders and their companies are working hard to manage and answer questions they have never faced before. The global response to COVID-19 is impacting international business travel and assignment plans, and is creating new questions and concerns surrounding compliance as many employees are now working from home.

Many countries have implemented restrictions on entry and exit, visa and work permit issuance, closed ports, tightened quarantine rules and taken other measures in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Join our business travel and global immigration senior leaders Jason Rogers and Nan Piao and Change Healthcare's Global Mobility & Immigration Manager Heazel Trimer as they examine the impacts for companies and employees during COVID-19 and beyond.

Watch this webinar to learn about:

  • COVID-19 travel policy and best practice overview
  • Real-world global mobility case studies of programs impacted by COVID-19
  • Compliance concerns for Right to Work checks and the ever-changing work conditions for employees vs. terms associated with current work permits
  • Business travel considerations for travelers in country or about to go
  • Immigration considerations for assignees in country or currently on long-term assignments including parking options, repatriation, etc.


Meet our Presenters

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Jason L. Rogers, BA JD, is Newland Chase’s Vice President and Senior Global Immigration Counsel. He is responsible for overseeing client immigration programs and providing high level consultation responses. Jason applies his diversified depth of knowledge of corporate immigration to produce complex and innovative immigration solutions that meet the needs of his clients. Jason has been practicing law since 2001 and has spent the past 12 years concentrating in the area of global immigration and corporate compliance. 


Nan Piao, Director of Global Account Management, excels in identifying corporate needs for international business travel and delivering industry-best visa and passport solutions to meet those needs. Beginning his career with the company as an account manager, Nan focuses on the corporate immigration and mobility needs of large corporate clients. He is a graduate of Hotel Institute Montreux, Switzerland with an Associate degree in Hotel Management, University of South Carolina with a Bachelor degree in Tourism Management, and University of Maryland University College with an MBA.