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On-Demand Webconference

Expert Panel: Higher Ed’s Most Pressing Immigration Questions Answered

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About the Webconference

With the first few weeks of the Trump Administration already creating seismic changes in immigration policy, colleges and universities across the United States have found themselves hard-pressed to determine appropriate responses, keep up with evolving interpretations of the law, and stay abreast of the additional policy shifts that are likely on the horizon. In this virtual event, a panel of legal experts from international law firm Hogan Lovells will join EAB to discuss frequently asked questions among higher education institutions on immigration-related issues, ranging from the administration's January 27th immigration executive order to sanctuary campuses to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

Presenter: Aleksandar Dukic

In today's world, daily news events can have a significant impact on cross-border activities, even for non-U.S. companies. Whether developments relate to Iran, Cuba, Russia, or other destinations, Aleksandar Dukic has long been providing practical, industry-specific advice on how to navigate complex U.S. regulations to ensure compliance with Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions, U.S. export controls, immigration, and USA Patriot Act anti-money laundering obligations.

Presenter: Stephanie Gold

Stephanie Gold heads Hogan Lovells' widely recognized national and international education practice. For over 17 years she has worked with universities, colleges, higher education associations, education companies, and investors in higher education companies to solve a range of education regulatory compliance challenges.

Presenter: Gregory Lisa

Gregory Lisa uses his extensive firsthand experience in anti-money laundering and consumer protection to help financial institution clients navigate the complex regulations and expectations of regulators, examination teams, and law enforcement agencies, civil and criminal.