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Monthly Archives from April 2017

SHRM Article: Trump’s Impact on Staffing Strategies

Giselle Carson was recently interviewed by the Society for Human Resources Management about President Trump’s immigration plans and their impact on staffing strategies. You can read the article, with several quotes from Giselle, here: “President Trump’s Immigration Plans Jolt Staffing Strategies“.

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Dream Big, Go for It!

Superbly trained and conditioned female athletes pursued their dreams of becoming champions at the SEC Gymnastic Championship in Jacksonville on Saturday, March 18th. Marks Gray had the privilege of supporting and participating in this inspiring event. Giselle Carson, Marks Gray business immigration attorney and marathoner, moderated a panel including Shannon Miller (7 Olympic Gold Medals, 9 World Championship Medals), Lauren Beers (2014 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Champion, Alabama Crimson Tide gymnastics team) and Mary Anne Jacobs […]

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Business Immigration and I-9/ E-Verify Changes under the Trump Administration at the SHRM Jacksonville Annual Conference

Giselle presented at the SHRM Jax Annual Conference about “Managing your Foreign Talent in 2017 and Beyond under the Trump Administration”.  The message of her presentation was: Prepare for the challenges ahead, but also seize the opportunities that come with changes. 

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Employer Alert: Difficulty Receiving EADs in the Mail

If a foreign national is reporting difficulty getting an EAD in the mail, consider these two common issues. There must be someone present to receive the EAD. When no one is home, the post office returns the EAD to USCIS. If you are expecting an EAD, make arrangements with your post office to ensure delivery. If a foreign national moves, you must notify USCIS promptly. Otherwise, the EAD might not be delivered at all. It […]

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Shareholder Crystal Broughan and the Marks Gray Intellectual Property Team Host Client Social at the Jacksonville Symphony

Shareholder Crystal Broughan and the Marks Gray Intellectual Property Team Host Client Social at the Jacksonville Symphony Shareholder and intellectual property attorney Crystal Broughan, together with the intellectual property team at Marks Gray, hosted a meet and greet on April 27, 2017, at the Jacksonville Symphony at the season’s final Symphony in 60 performance. Clients and community leaders gathered before the performance for networking and informal socializing. Crystal is a former flute player and vocalist.

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