It’s a crazy time out there for those with visas and with legal and travel concerns, and I’m getting sent a LOT of questions from worried expats who want some advice. So on Thursday night. March 15, at 6pm ET I’ve got Doug in from Lightman Law Firm to try and answer some of those pressing issues on a live webinar that you can tune into.

Updated March 20: Webinar Embedded Below

I know that there are lots of you who read this website who are currently in between a very big rock and a very hard place. Unfortunately, there aren’t answers to every question right now as the situation is still developing but we can, however, try out best to get the information you need put in front of you as readily as possible.

Doug has kindly offered his time to recap the current situation for expats, and those with travel plans and questions surrounding whether you will be admitted back into the United States, whether there are changes to visa programs, and what you can do without having to leave the country.

This information will be general in nature and may not be applicable to everyone’s situation but it’s always good to have as much information in front of you as possible.

You can submit questions when you sign up and we will do our best to provide information that will be relevant for everyone who is joining!

How to watch the webinar

Disclaimer – This webinar is strictly for informational purposes only and it is not intended, nor should it be relied upon, as a source of legal advice or opinion.

There is no cost to attend the webinar.

About Doug Lightman from Lightman Law Firm

The award-winning Lightman Law Firm was founded by Douglas M. Lightman, Esq. Mr. Lightman has extensive experience in immigration law and international matters through both work and personal experience.

Prior to forming Lightman Law Firm, Mr. Lightman spent several years at an international tax consulting and compliance firm where he focused on international tax consulting and cross border transactions.

In this role, Mr. Lightman worked with individuals and businesses from all over the world in navigating complex international tax issues, United States immigration matters, and cross border transactions.

Mr. Lightman is a United States trained lawyer who received his law degree from Brooklyn Law School and is a member in good standing of the Bar of the State of New York and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (www.aila.org), the world’s largest organization of immigration lawyers.

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