US/UK Work Permits for the Film & Television Industry

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The tightening of borders and increased nationalism has made it more difficult to acquire US/UK Work Permits in the creative industries.

Join Raindance and learn the essential viewing for anyone contemplating a work visa in America, or seeking an EU visa.

What you’ll learn about US/UK Work Permits:

In this information packed evening you will learn how to prepare a strategy for a successful visa application in the UK or the USA.

  • What visa is right for you
  • The US O-1 Visa for Individuals with Extraordinary Abilities
  • US Green Cards for Individuals in the Film & TV Industry
  • UK options for artists & filmmakers
    – The Short-term Visitor/Paid Engagement Permit
    – Tier 1 Visa for Individuals with Exceptional Talent
    – Other UK permits applicable to artists and filmmakers
  • Useful tips for crossing the border
  • How to answer those awkward questions by immigration officers and how they try and trick you
  • Q&A
  • Offer for private consultations

Who Should Attend this class on US/UK Work Permits

If you have any questions about US/UK Work Permits, this is the evening class for you.

This talk is for businesses of all sizes, individuals and families who seek to immigrate to the United States to invest and or work in the entertainment and tech industries, or who seek permission to live and work in the UK.

About the presenter, Lorraine D‘Alessio

US/UK Work Permits

Founding partner of D‘Alessio Law Group, Lorraine D’Alessio was named the 2016 Los Angeles Century City Bar Association’s Lawyer of the Year. A former Ford model turned legal powerhouse, Lorraine is a multi-award-winning, immigration expert that regularly contributes to the Los Angeles Times, The Hollywood Reporter, LA Business Journal, Raindance, Playback and other leading outlets in the U.S. Lorraine serves on the board for Artists for Change and is the author of “Going Global: Investing in U.S. Immigration,” a guide to U.S. immigration that is being published this year. Lorraine has provided counsel to hundreds of prominent and award-winning entertainment agencies, unions, private companies and academic institutions including: Next Models, Food Network, SubPac, Pepperdine University, ACTRA and New York Film Academy. In addition to these clients, Lorraine has worked on highly successful refugee and deportation cases earning awards for her work with immigrant communities across Los Angeles.

Raindance is honoured and privileged to present Lorraine D’Alessio.

About D’Alessio Law Group:

Recently named the 16th fastest growing law firm in the United States, D’Alessio Law Group was founded in 2010 and serves the entertainment and technology industries by delivering innovative legal and immigration solutions that enable companies to gain a competitive advantage through capitalizing on global talent. Proudly comprised of 98% female attorneys with a success rate of 99.9%, D’Alessio Law Group’s team of 25 attorneys and 60 paralegals provide top-level customer service, thinking outside the box bringing extraordinary talent and ideas to the U.S., UK, Canada and Australia.

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