BAL Partner Lynden Melmed to appear on Sirius XM POTUS Channel 124

Join Berry Appleman & Leiden Partner and former United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Chief Council, Lynden Melmed, as he sits down with The Morning Briefing’s Tim Farley to discuss the 2016 presidential election and the impact of immigration on the race. Tune in on Monday, September 26 from 8:35 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. EDT on
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Understanding the Immigration Consequences of Mergers and Acquisitions in the United States

Companies that undergo entity changes resulting from merger, acquisition, consolidation, spin-off or other corporate restructuring may face important immigration consequences related to their newly acquired foreign employees. This complex area is often overlooked, but thoughtful planning is essential for a smooth transition to minimize business interruption and avoid inadvertent violations of immigration laws and regulations.
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Brexit Bulletin September 12, 2016

The following is a roundup of recent developments concerning Brexit negotiations and the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union. Political Points-based system out Prime Minister Theresa May last week rejected the idea of an objective points-based system for controlling migration from the European Union to the United Kingdom, saying she supports a system that
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Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP Announces Opening of Mozambique Office

Leading Sub-Sahara African Corporate Immigration Expert Owen Davies Leads Office Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP (BAL) announced today it has officially opened its Maputo, Mozambique Office. BAL had previously announced that Owen Davies had been hired as Managing Director, Africa. Davies is widely recognized as a Sub-Sahara African corporate immigration expert and a leading international
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