Join the American Australian Association and Zjantelle Cammisa Markel, Immigration Attorney and Principal of Cammisa Markel PLLC for a presentation and Q&A session discussing the latest U.S. immigration updates for Australian expats. This discussion will be moderated by AAA Regional Director – New England, Louisa Teo.
Topics to be addressed include:
- Updates on U.S. consulates and visa appointment
- Alternatives to going back to Australia
- Updates on prevailing wages
- Long-dated I-94s
- Proclamations coming to an end (which will affect J-1s, L-1s, H-1Bs, green card lottery and other immigrant visas)
This webinar will feature a Q&A with Zjantelle Cammisa Markel. Questions can be submitted upon registration.
USA: Tuesday, 15 December 2020 3pm PST | 6pm EST
AUS: Wednesday, 16 December 2020 9am AEST | 10am AEDT
Complimentary to attend, registration essential
Zjantelle Cammisa Markel
Immigration Attorney & Principal | Cammisa Markel PLLC
Zjantelle Cammisa Markel is the Principal of Cammisa Markel PLLC, a New York based immigration law firm that represents organizations and individuals from all over the world. Zjantelle arrived to the United States from her hometown of Adelaide, South Australia, with the intention of a brief visit. A decade, a husband and four children later, New York has become her home, and enabling other people’s American aspirations to happen is her passion.
Professional and friendly, Zjantelle obtains working visas for people at all levels of their career. From corporate executives to scholars. Zjantelle’s career spans Sydney, London, Rome and New York. This international experience gives her a unique understanding of European, Australian and American culture, laws and business practices. Her Australian background and specialization in processing E3 visas makes Zjantelle particularly popular with Australian clientele.
Regional Director – New England | American Australian Association
Based in Cambridge, MA, Louisa Teo oversees the American Australian Association’s programs in New England, including the ANZAC Day commemorative service and reception and the Association’s annual Boston dinner. She is a graduate of the Boston University Questrom School of Business and Sydney University. She joined the American Australian Association in 2008 and since 2015 has also served as Secretary of the Australian Independent Schools USA Foundation.