Free FABCA event on work force visas

Some of the most frequent questions raised in this global economy concern navigating the visa process to get the work force you need from France – or anywhere in the world your company or business partner may be located – to work in the United States. Those questions will be answered in a lively presentation by Maureen Donovan, founder of the Donovan Law Office, an immigration law practice in New York City and Paris.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

11:30 to 1pm

Meeting the Challenges of Transitioning Technical Expertise from Abroad Into Your US Company

National American University – Roueche Graduate Center

6836 Austin Center Blvd #270 (Building 1)

Austin, Texas 78731

FABCA offers this presentation at no charge. As a light lunch will be served, please RSVP to reserve your place.

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The legal and practical details of transitioning professionals such as engineers, developers, and oil and gas industry executives to start companies in the United States, or join companies here already, can be overwhelming. But Maureen has for the past 11 years served the immigration needs, and been responsible for, the successful transition of clients from over 52 countries to the United States. What distinguishes her law firm’s practice from other immigration firms is Maureen’s first-hand experience in understanding the employee or entrepreneur’s challenges in transitioning to another country, as her offices and staff have met these challenges in locations around the world. Maureen operates her law practice—for a client base in France, Latin America, and the United States—from Paris and New York City.

About Maureen: A former ballet dancer with the Boston Ballet and the director of the Maureen Carol School of Dance in Boston for many years, Maureen is a graduate of Emmanuel College in Boston, with a BS Business Administration, and has a JD from Roger Williams University School of Law. Maureen currently resides in Paris, France.

Many thanks to our host, National American University – Roueche Graduate Center.

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