- International Employment Issues
|University ||Yale University, B.A., magna cum laude, 1972; Yale University, M.A., Eastern European/Russian Studies, 1974 Miller Fellowship|
|Law School||Columbia University, J.D., 1977|
|Admitted||1977, District of Columbia; 1987, New York|
bar & professional association memberships
American Immigration Lawyers Association
William J. Manning is a Shareholder in the White Plains, New York, office of Jackson Lewis. He has been advising both U.S. and foreign employers with regard to immigration matters since 1986.
Mr. Manning's practice covers all aspects of employment-based immigration into the United States. He works closely with employers to structure their immigration programs and develop long-term visa strategies for key employees. He has extensive experience in obtaining non-immigrant work visas and employment-based immigrant visas for management, professional and specialized skill employees. He is the author of The Workplace Immigration Practice Guide, published by CCH, and Visas and Work Permits For The USA. He frequently participates in seminars and training programs addressing immigration issues.
Mr. Manning grew up in Geneva, Switzerland, attending the International School of Geneva, received his undergraduate degree (B.A. 1972 magna cum laude) and graduate degree (M.A. 1974 - East European and Russian Studies) from Yale University, and his law degree from Columbia University (J.D. 1977).
Books Workplace Immigration Practice Guide .
CCH, Inc., 2001. [Author] Les Visas Et Les Permis de Travail Aux Etats Unis / Visas and Work Permits for the USA .
Kavanagh Peters, 1993. [Author]
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