Date: Friday, June 16, 2017
Time: 12:00 - 14:00
Venue: Tokyo American Club, Brooklyn Room (B2F)
Speakers: Clay Adler, Chief of the Visa Section, U.S. Embassy, Tokyo;
Richard S. Goldstein, Senior Partner, Law Offices of Goldstein & Lee P. C.,
New York & London
Member Fee: ¥ 4,000
Guest Fee: ¥ 7,400
Meal: Lunch Included
Tuesday, June 13, 17:00
On November 7, 2016, Richard Goldstein addressed us on the likely impact of the U.S. presidential election on U.S. immigration policy and practice. As you know, immigration has continued to be a hot-button issue in the U.S. even after the election. Some (sometimes controversial) actions have occurred in the U.S. Where is the immigration issue now? Has it settled down? Can we see a way for a stable business related immigration and visa market?
This presentation will review selection of an appropriate business visa for companies, investors and individuals seeking to do business in and/or travel to the U.S. We will also look at significant changes that have occurred, or are likely to occur shortly, in U.S. immigration and visa laws, regulations and policies under the present administration.
For those who attended last November, this is an opportunity to get an important “post-election” update on the situation. For those who missed the presentation last November, this program will help get you up to speed on the situation.
We are very pleased to welcome Clay Adler, who has now been Chief of the Visa Section at the U.S. Embassy for two years, and is on the front line of (any) procedural and policy changes, together with Richard S. Goldstein, a U.S. immigration lawyer with offices in New York and London, who has been coming to Japan twice a year since 1980 for business and to lecture on U.S. and international immigration matters.
C. Christian Jacobson, Piyasena C. Perera, Co-chairs
Nels Hansen, Vice Chair
ACCJ Legal Services Committee
NOTE 1: This event is OFF THE RECORD.
NOTE 2: If you cancel after the stated deadline, the full meeting fee will be charged to your account. All guests must be accompanied by an ACCJ member. Sorry, no substitutions or walk-ins.
NOTE 3: If you are driving to the Tokyo American Club, please inform the ACCJ of the make, model, color and plate of the vehicle, by the registration deadline, as arrangements must be made. A 1,100 yen parking fee will apply.