On June 22, 2020, Presidential Proclamation 10014 of April 22 was extended and bars entry to the United States for those seeking entry in H-1B, L-1 and J-1 status and their dependents through December 31, 2020, effective as of 12:01 a.m. eastern daylight time on June 24.
In response to President Trump’s proclamation, Newland Chase held a special webinar in partnership with Greenberg Traurig, a top ranked U.S. law firm.
President Trump’s proclamation arrives amidst a continued global economic crisis and rising number of COVID-19 cases in the United States. As the immigration landscape rapidly shifts throughout the world, multinational companies have struggled to manage both their domestic workforce and global mobility programs. This webinar addresses the new challenges employers now face from this proclamation and the anticipated upcoming travel bans from the European Union.
Jason L. Rogers
Vice President and Senior Global Immigration Counsel
Jason L. Rogers, BA JD, is Newland Chase’s 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. After graduation from Law School, Jason served as a Law Clerk, to the Honorable Nancy Sivilli, Chancery Division, Essex County in New Jersey for a year. He practiced law as an Associate at a reputable law firm in New Jersey, before moving to the role that would capture his interest in Global Immigration.
Ian R. Macdonald
Ian R. Macdonald is Co-Chair of the Business Immigration & Compliance Practice and Co-Chairs Greenberg Traurig's Labor & Employment Practice’s International Employment, Immigration & Workforce Strategies group. He focuses his practice on developing, assessing and managing global mobility programs for multinational companies on a range of challenges affecting the movement of people capital domestically and internationally, including secondment agreements, benefits transferability, local host country employment concerns and immigration.
Courtney B. Noce
Courtney B. Noce focuses her practice on U.S. business immigration, compliance and enforcement actions, as well as global immigration. She represents both large multinational companies and small start-ups on the full range of employment-based immigration, ranging from permanent residence (PERM, National Interest Waivers, Extraordinary Ability/Outstanding Researcher, Multi-National Managers, among others) to nonimmigrant visa categories (H-1B, H-3, J-1, L-1A/B, O-1, TN). Courtney has a particular understanding of working with the retail industry and the evolving challenges this industry faces.