Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. Immigration

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, straining businesses as they attempt to identify and cope with travel bans, containment measures and regulatory restrictions affecting their employees and operations.

  • Entering the United States – who can and who can’t
  • Appointments at U.S. Embassies/Consulates, US Citizenship and Immigration Services field offices and Application Support Centers
  • Maintaining lawful status and Satisfactory Departure (SD) for persons in the U.S. with a B-1/B-2 or ESTA
  • Maintaining lawful status and other issues for E-1/E-2, F-1/F-2, H-1B/H-4, J-1/J-2, L-1/L-2, O-1/O-3 and TN visa holders
  • Filing applications with the US Department of Labor and US Citizenship and Immigration Services
  • Form I-9 (employment eligibility verification) obligations for remote new hires
  • The impact of layoffs on U.S. immigration status


With our expert: Enrique Gonzalez, Partner







French Weeks - Cocktail Opening Party 2019

French Weeks Miami, launched by the French-American Chamber of Commerce 12 years ago in Miami is organized in partnership with the Consulate General of France in Miami and held under the patronage of the Ambassador of France in the United States.

Every year, French Weeks Miami showcases numerous events, from cultural programs to social and economic networking events, strengthening ties between many local and international partners such as universities, museums and art galleries, festivals, economic organizations, cities, associations and schools.

Thank you to our sponsors & partners :

  • Jade Fiducial
  • Corsair
  • Natbank
  • BCI Bonneté
  • Barton & Guestier
  • Rhum Trois Rivieres
  • Weezon
  • Grey Goose
  • Grand Beach Hotel SURFSIDE

* A special thanks to @loic.ercolessi for the beautiful pictures






FACC & French Tech Miami

Interview with Stanislas Coignard & Rachel Raynaud

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