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Attorney Ron Klasko will visit campus to give several targeted talks on Friday October 10th 2014:
Green Card Strategies for Researchers
YSM 300 Cedar Street: The Anlyan Center (TAC) Auditorium (N107)
Parker Emerson from OISS will give a brief explanation about how to qualify for a Yale sponsored green card, and how to submit a request to Uma Shankar at OISS. Attorney Klasko will discuss many other green card possibilities for researchers and clinicians. There will be some time to ask questions as well. This event is free and open to all Yale affiliates.
Students, Entrepreneurship and Visas
School of Management 165 Whitney Avenue, Baker Classroom 2430
12:00 – 1:00pm
Starting up your own initiative, getting benefits from a product you developed or becoming a chief officer of a company can raise complex immigration issues. Mr. Klasko will discuss investment visas, employment visas as well as immigration’s interpretation of what “employment” is and what visas allow. Bring your questions to this unique opportunity to speak directly with one of the country’s best immigration attorneys.
After OPT: Navigating Immigration and Your Career
Becton Center, Davies Auditorium 15 Prospect Street
4:00 – 5:00 pm
Planning on working in the U.S. after graduation? Learn about the variety of work visas that may be accessible to you, including H-1B, O-1, trade agreement visas and green cards. Learn how to consider immigration factors in planning your career in the U.S. We are delighted to have immigration attorney Ron Klasko from the law firm Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer, LLP as our special speaker for this event. Open to all Yale international students.
Every year in October the U.S. State Department opens a lottery for citizens of certain countries (changes every year) to apply for green cards to diversify the U.S. Permanent Resident population. Time is short - so read about how to apply.
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