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Immigration Pitfalls: ICE Inspections, Form I-9, and How to Limit Your Legal Risks and Protect Immigrant Employees

Immigration Pitfalls: ICE Inspections, Form I-9, and How to Limit Your Legal Risks and Protect Immigrant Employees

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Immigration Pitfalls: ICE Inspections, Form I-9, and How to Limit Your Legal Risks and Protect Immigrant Employees

Live Webinar: Thursday, December 3, 2020

1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern / 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: This webinar will provide real solutions to preventing legal risks with immigrant employees, ICE inspections, and completing Form I-9.



Over the last few years, immigration laws have received a tremendous amount of attention. The regulations and the way the laws are enforced have been changing as well. Thus, it’s imperative for employers to know how immigration laws affect their employees and their business. But, there are many myths about immigration that prevent employers from best addressing their employees’ immigration concerns.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • What to do if there is an ICE audit.
  • How to avoid common legal pitfalls if you’ve received a Notice of Inspection from ICE
  • What to do before you receive a notice of inspection.

About Your Presenter

Daniel N. Ramirez
Partner

Board-Certified in Labor and Employment Law, Daniel “Danny” Ramirez strategically represents public and private employers in labor, employment, and immigration matters. Danny’s successful track record includes providing sound advice to businesses on HR issues, representing employers during government investigations, and strategically defending companies, government agencies, and education institutions in litigation, arbitration, and appeals. He also regularly represents companies during high-stake ICE raids and helps them implement Form I-9 best practices. Danny’s clients include numerous McDonald’s, Walgreens, the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Lone Star College, Houston Community College, and many small, mid-size and large privately-owned companies.

As an alumni of The University of Texas Law School, Danny is a Board Certified Labor & Employment attorney that has been repeatedly honored with the title of Super Lawyer. Danny’s unique skill set allows him to aggressively defend his clients in litigation, while maintaining a strategic focus on the client’s best interests. Danny understands that litigation can create a substantial expense and distraction for many of his clients. Danny’s clientcentric approach allows him to promptly identify his client’s needs and work towards obtaining swift, favorable dismissal of the case or resolution when necessary. Clients value that Danny is an experienced litigator that is able to offer proactive counseling and cost-effective solutions.

A 2nd generation U.S. Navy service member, Danny’s professional life and community activities reflect his commitment to service and hard work. Danny previously chaired the Harris County Sheriff’s Civil Service Commission and served as president of the Hispanic Bar Association of Houston, where he continues as a Board Member. Danny currently is a commissioner of the City of Houston’s Civil Service Commission. Danny has been awarded a Certificate of Special U.S. Congressional Recognition for his work on behalf of military families. He is an alumni of Leadership Houston and is often on coaching his son in soccer.