The Global Employee: Business Immigration Specialized Externship
With this placement, students will meet once every other week in a specialized seminar focusing on the limits on U.S. business in employment of foreign nationals. The course will build upon student interests and will also explore advanced business topics such as tax planning for foreign nationals, the intersection of employment and immigration laws, and the rights and restrictions on dependent family members.
The seminar will meet bi-weekly for one hour and forty minutes (100 minutes) over the semester. Seminar written work will include short papers and allow the student to build a portfolio of writing samples relevant to employment in the field.
Approved for the Experiential Learning Requirement. Enrollment is limited. See Symplicity listing for application requirements and deadlines.
Recommended for the following Professional Pathways: Civil Rights/Civil Liberties; Family Law; Government/Public Sector; Immigration; International Law/Human Rights; Labor and Employment; General Practice – Litigation/Dispute Resolution
Prerequisites: A course in U.S. immigration law or experience working in business immigration at the discretion of the instructor.
3 Credits: 2 credits for the supervised placement; 1 credit for the seminar