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This program will address when a work visa is required and how to structure them for creatives. Panelists will discuss different types of visas and speak from experience about unique situations clients have faced. The audience will learn how to spot issues that are easy to miss and gain an understanding of short- and long-term consequences.
Benjamin C. Lau is a principal in the Los Angeles, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. where he represents employers in corporate law matters, including global mobility issues and developing internal immigration policies.
Ben focuses his practice on inbound immigration within the entertainment and technology fields, including film, television, visual effects, video games, and other interactive multimedia entertainment productions. Ben assists these high-value employees in navigating the complexities of US immigration law, including international travel and long-term immigration planning
Maggie Stewart Mundial Law, headquartered in Los Angeles – our firm helps entertainment professionals get into Canada to work and play.
Maggie Stewart is an experienced attorney admitted to the State Bar of California and the Nova Scotia Bar (Canada). Maggie provides a range of legal services to people in California and beyond, including Canadian immigration, entertainment law, preparing affidavits and statutory declarations for use in Canada, and providing legal opinions on the laws and jurisprudence of Canada.
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