This is the Immigration Conversation presented by Fragomen. A series of talks and discussions by leading immigration lawyers and professionals from around the world, who will bring you the most up-to-date business immigration news, issues of concern, and strategies in the world of global immigration and mobility.
Investing in Brampton, Ontario
This episode of The Immigration Conversation looks at Canada, in particular at Brampton, Ontario. Senior Manager Cosmina Morariu is joined by Clare Barnett, Director of Economic Development and Regional Councillor (Brampton) and Martin Medeiros, Chair of the Economic Development Committee (Brampton) for a discussion about Brampton as an ideal investment location for individuals and businesses.
Belonging Begins With Us: A Conversation with Wendy Feliz, Center for Inclusion and Belonging
This episode of The Immigration Conversation features Partner Lisa Koenig in conversation with Wendy Feliz, Director at the Center for Inclusion and Belonging at the American Immigration Council. Lisa and Wendy discuss the culture of immigration and look at the center's current campaigns to shape immigration reform in the US.
Canada's Queen's Gambit: The Opening Move to Meet Immigration Targets
Fragomen’s Jack Kim and Cosmina Morariu give detailed insight and thought leadership as they discuss Canada’s ambitious immigration targets, its permanent residence program and the Express Entry system in this episode of the Immigration Conversation.
South Africa: Changes to Critical Skills List
In this episode of The Immigration Conversation, Fragomen's Lunga Mani, Johannes Tiba and Bulelwa Mfingwana discuss the proposed changes to the South African Critical Skills List and how it will impact employers and industries, including IT, engineering and financial services.
Black History Month: Insights into the Black Migrant Experience
During February, we celebrate black history in the United States and Canada. In this episode of the Immigration Conversation, we reflect on the importance of celebrating black history and, in particular, the black immigrant experience. Fragomen’s Doyinsola Aribo, Michelle Munoz-Machen and Kelsanah Wade give their insights into the black migrant experience in the U.S., discuss what drew them to immigration law and highlight the importance of seeking and offering help along the way.
Post-Graduate Work Rights in the UK - The Road to Employment
In this episode of The Immigration Conversation, Fragomen Senior Manager in London, Naomi Goldshtein, is joined by Manager Shanaz Haque and guest Sarah Cooper, Careers Advisor at University of Bristol to discuss post graduate work rights in the UK and the hurdles international students face when navigating UK immigration routes.