Immigration Law: Visas and Employment Eligibility for International Students and Faculty, Oct. 3 

Interested in working in the United States after graduation? Do you have questions about employment eligibility?  

Join the Career Services Center, the Business Career Center and the Office of International Education on Tuesday, Oct. 3, for an informative seminar delivered by immigration law expert Bob White, J.D., about visas and employment eligibility for international students. The event will be held in Holthusen Hall, fourth floor, in the Office of International Education. 

White is a frequent lecturer, moderator and panel participant on immigration issues affecting the business and academic communities. He serves as immigration counsel for numerous colleges and universities and is a member of the leadership team of the NAFSA: Association of International Educators Region V. White was previously chair of the Chicago chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), member of the AILA Board of Governors and a member of the Chapter’s Department of Labor Liaison Committee. 

Registration is encouraged but not required. Register via Handshake here