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Apr 17, 2020

Monthly Update / Live Q&A: E3 Visa and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Jonathan A. Grode

The latest updates on the impacts to E3 Visas caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19)

About this Event
Amy from Aussie Recruit and Jonathan from Green and Spiegel are hosting a 30 minute update on impacts to Visas caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The update will include:
- General visa/immigration update
- E3 visa questions
- Live / open Q&A

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About Jonathan Grode
Jonathan Grode is the practice director of immigration law firm Green and Spiegel. Jonathan helps many Australians with their visas and/or greencards. He has worked continuously in the U.S immigration since 1999 and has amassed considerable experience obtaining nonimmigrant and immigrant visas for new company start-ups, professional workers, artists and entertainers, athletes, physicians, and scientific researchers.

About Green and Spiegel
Green and Spiegel is one of the world’s oldest immigration law practices with over 50 years of experience assisting a diverse global clientele. The company is headquartered in Toronto, Canada with U.S. offices in Philadelphia, PA, Providence, RI, and Vail, CO.

About Amy Meyer
Amy is from Sydney and has lived in San Francisco for 6 years. She is the founder of Aussie Recruit and the Australians In San Francisco Community. After working in recruiting/HR at SF tech companies, Amy is motivated to address the challenges faced by Australian talent looking for work, and help startups hire from this overlooked group of professionals.

About Aussie Recruit
Aussie Recruit matches Australians across all roles and levels, with new career opportunities at startups who value Australian talent, in the San Francisco Bay Area and other US cities.

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