Oh, the world of US immigration, how confusing and scary! Are we right? There are a lot of rules, steps, documents and information to know about that makes it all very complicated. We get you, you’re not the only one. Unfortunately, it’s a very important topic and, honestly, it’s always been. Especially if you work in the mobility and relocation industry. You need to know about immigration to help your clients.
But wait! Don’t stress out too much! Not everything is lost. Worldwide ERC knows how important it is for you to learn about this. That’s why they invite you to their next event: “Navigating the Evolving Landscape of US Immigration”. It’s perfect for you whether you’re a relocation client, a mobility professional or an immigration worker. You’ll learn tons of things to apply in your daily work, so you’ll become a better professional.
About Worldwide ERC
Worldwide ERC was founded in 1964 under the name “Employee Relocation Real Estate Advisory Council” to help with the mobility “[…] needs of a nation…” During that year they only had six members. But thanks to their commitment, hard work and strong values, they’ve grown to have 10,000 service industry members.
Now, they still want to help resolve the needs of the country in mobility matters. But to do this, they also want to educate, inform and encourage networking among mobility professionals. So they all can improve in their work and understand their industry and its issues better. To achieve that, they have a “Three-year Strategic Plan”, which has as its base three main values/steps: engage, inspire and educate.
They also offer educational tools for you to prepare to be a better professional. They have their very own learning portal. If you get the Premium subscription, you could get access to sessions about Worldwide ERC events and webinars from two years ago. These webinars and courses in this portal are about different topics, from post-COVID work topics to the “Principle of Global Mobility”.
There’s also a “Certified Relocation Professional certification” (CRP). This certification says that you have “[…] a broad understanding of managing employee mobility…” You can get it through your work experience and by studying and later taking an exam. Of course, it doesn’t end there, because you’ll have to work to keep your certification. Every three years, you must “[…] earn a minimum of 30 continuing education (CE) credits…”- You can learn more requirements to keep your CRP here.
They also have a “Global Mobility Specialist, Talent Management” (GMS-T) certification. To get this you would have to take a course that consists of six modules completely online. Then, you would have to take an online test. Once you get your certification, you’ll have to maintain it. How? Every three years since you first got it, you’ll have to “[…] earn a minimum of 30 continuing education (CE) credits…” to keep it.
If you admire this organization, don’t hesitate in becoming a member. There are different memberships depending on your business profile. There’s the Professional/Personal Membership, the Corporate Premier Membership and the Service Provider Memberships. choose the best one for you.
Remember that being a member comes with amazing benefits for you. Some examples are getting access to an online directory and discounts to the educational programs and events!
Date: Thursday, November 2, 2023
Time: 10:00 am ET
Location: Online; it’s a webinar
The “Navigating the Evolving Landscape of US Immigration” webinar will explore and teach you about the “[…] immigration policies and strategies”. They’re aware of the importance of this event, because they know it’s a very complicated topic. Even more so with the constant change that goes in the US immigration world. That’s why they’ll guide you carefully and with the help of an expert, so you truly understand.
In fact, they promise to “[…] provide you with the knowledge and insights you need to succeed in this dynamic environment”.
You can register now.
Speaker: Anindita Chowdhury
Anindita Chowdhury got her Master’s Degree in Government at Lehigh University. Then, she got her Juris Doctor degree at American University Washington College of Law.
Afterwards, she worked as Director of Immigration at Intelligroup for three years, from 2003 to 2006. Meanwhile, in 2003 she also became Principal and Managing Attorney at Usilaw. This is her current job; this means she’s been working there for twenty years! That’s an impressive job history. We bet she’s earned a lot of experience.
She’s also “[…] a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, American Bar Association and the South Asian Bar Association”. As well as a member of The Indus Entrepreneurs.
On her LinkedIn, she writes “[…] Corporate Immigration law for Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized companies, start-ups and high net worth individuals” as her specialties. But on top of that, she has immigration law, citizenship, immigration issues, legal assistance, naturalization, and more on her skills and knowledge list.
As you can see, she has all the tools to dictate this webinar in the best possible way.
Gain a Useful Skill for Immigration and Mobility Matters with Fluency Corp
If you are interested in this event it’s because you want to become a better professional and learn more about these topics. Good news, then! Besides attending the webinar, there’s another thing you could do to improve in the immigration and mobility businesses. Not a clue? Well, it’s second language learning!
Learning a new language will open many personal and professional doors for you. It’ll also make your clients more comfortable talking to you. Plus, it’ll help your company be more globalized.
If you like the idea but don’t know where to start, take Fluency Corp corporate language classes. We have native teachers that will help you learn useful and only useful things to apply into your everyday life at the office. Even better, we’ll focus on speaking! That means you’ll have time to speak in every lesson, so you can achieve language fluency. Let’s be honest, if you’re learning a language, you need to do more than just learn the grammar. You must also hold conversations in it.
Enrolling is very easy. Pick a language and a schedule and choose between our online or onsite classes. For any questions, set up a free consultation with Fluency Corp by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 401-3159.