Immigration has been a hot-button political issue that is constantly in the news. With our area’s growing need for all types of workers, how will changes in immigration policies and laws impact you? As a business owner or human resource professional, this First Friday Forum will provide you a wealth of information.
This presentation will cover what all businesses need to know about immigration, even if they do not employ foreign workers, and why some businesses that want to stay competitive should consider immigration as an option.
Jerome G. Grzeca, founder and managing partner of Grzeca Law Group, S.C., has practiced business immigration law for over 25 years in both Washington, D.C. and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He has extensive experience providing legal services to the international business community for the hire and transfer of key personnel around the world. He has represented clients in several different industries, including manufacturing.
Mr. Grzeca is a seasoned speaker and author of a variety of topics relating tobusinessimmigrationlaw, and has served on more than 50 professional panels, webinars and round-table discussions for businesses needing expertise in immigration matters. He is listed with The Best Lawyers in America, Who's Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers and Super Lawyers for excellence in immigration law. He was also selected as a “Leader in the Law” by the Wisconsin Law Journal.
Mr. Grzeca received his Juris Doctorate from Marquette University and is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and the District of Columbia Bar.
Carrie Ziegler Thomas is a Partner – Business Immigration at Grzeca Law Group, S.C. and has been with the firm for over 9 years. Ms. Ziegler Thomas graduated from Marquette University Law School in 2006 and obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Business with a major in Public Relations with highest distinction from Ferris State University in 2001. Ms. Ziegler Thomas is a member of the Wisconsin Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and was named an Up and Coming Lawyer in 2012.
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