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January 23, 2008

Employment Act Forum RSVP Information

Dear Panelists and Attendees,

On behalf of the NAHCC we appreciate your attendance and participation on tonight's forum.

DeVry University is located at 3343 Perimeter Hill Drive campus. There is ample parking available for all attendees on DeVry University grounds. Please come to the registration table located on the first floor.

Due to space and time limitations please be advised that seating is reserved only for those who have contacted us to RSVP in advance.
A Meet and Greet reception hosted by DeVry University with panelists and special guest will start promptly at 5:00 P.M.
Our guest speaker Daniel Bailey, General Counsel for the Tennesee Department of Labor and Work Force Development will inform you about the new Illegal Alien Employment Act.

Attorneys Mario Ramos (Co-chair NAHCC Goverment Relations committee) and Elliott Ozment (NAHCC Legal Counsel) will be part of the panel and will be available to answer question from members of the audience.

Special thanks to Tennesee Department of Labor and Work Force Development Commissioner James G. Neeley, Employment and Workforce Development Administrator Susan Cowden and DeVry University Dean Dr. Eva Young for facilitating this program.

If you have any questions please contact Loraine Segovia via email at RSVP@nashvillehispanicchamber.com or by phone at 615-216-5737
Thank you for participating.

Yuri Cunza
Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Illegal Alien Employment Act forum set
Hispanic chamber to sponsor forum Jan. 23
Employers and others concerned about Tennessee's new Illegal Alien Employment Act can attend a forum Jan. 23 sponsored by the Nashville Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and state labor department.

The forum will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. in Room 200 of DeVry University's 3343 Perimeter Hill Drive campus.
The law, which went into effect Jan. 1, penalizes employers who knowingly hire undocumented immigrants. Employers caught for the first time will get a warning and must fire undocumented workers. Employers caught a second time within three years can lose their business licenses for a year.

Guest speakers at the forum will include Elliott Ozment, an immigration lawyer and the Hispanic chamber's legal counsel; attorney Mario Ramos, the chamber's government relations co-chairman; and Dan Bailey, general counsel for the state labor department.

PO Box 40541 Nashville, TN 37204
Phone: 615-216-5737
Email: nashvillehispanicchamber@yahoo.com

Posted by VisaLawyer at January 23, 2008 07:57 AM


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