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Boyd Campbell's upcoming and past speaking engagements
July 12, 2013 -- Scheduled to speak about EB-5 regional centers for lawyers attending the Pincus Professional Education program in Chicago, Illinois.
May 30, 2013 -- Scheduled to address an EB-5 Dealmakers Summit sponsored by Artisan Business at the Long Beach Hilton in Los Angeles, California.
April 19, 2013 -- Scheduled to speak about the EB-5 Program to participants in a business immigration law program for the Georgia Bar Association's Immigration Law Section in Atlanta.
March 14, 2013 -- Addressed the EB-5 Summit sponsored by Immigration Lawyers on the Web (ILW.com) in Dallas at the Grand Hyatt, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Subject: Preparing the regional center application.
February 22-23, 2013 -- Presented information about the EB-5 Program to the first Georgia-Alabama Chapter conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Addressed regional center projects during the conference in the Georgian Terrace ballroom, Atlanta, Georgia.
February 1, 2013 -- Presented information about EB-5 regional center applications to participants in an EB-5-only conference sponsored by Immigration Lawyers on the Web (ilw.com) at the Epic Hotel in Miami, Florida.
October 5, 2012 -- Participated in a panel discussion about converting E-2 (treaty investor) visas to EB-5, for the 26th annual seminar produced by the Central Florida Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in Clearwater, Florida.
June 13, 2012 -- During an EB-5 fundamentals panel discussion for the annual conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in Nashville, Tennessee, Mr. Campbell spoke about regional centers and due diligence.
April 27, 2012 -- The EB-5 Dealmakers' Conference is held at the New York Hilton in New York City. Mr. Campbell presented "In the Belly of the Beast: How to Run a Regional Center, Part 3". Subjects included a new "tenant occupancy" policy change by USCIS.
March 5, 2012 -- Immigration Lawyers on the Web (ILW) presented an EB-5 seminar at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. Mr. Campbell spoke about hosting arrangements whereby regional centers "host" an EB-5 investment project.
October, 2011 -- Mr. Campbell is scheduled to speak during the 25th AILA Central Florida Chapter Immigration Law Seminar about regional centers and their role in the EB-5 immigrant investor visa program, including its place as an option to alien's who might also be eligible for E or L visas. The venue is the Sheraton Sand Key Resort in beautiful Clearwater Beach, Florida.
July 29, 2011 -- During the 2011 EB-5 Investment Summit in Boston, Massachusetts, Mr. Campbell is scheduled to speak about regional centers and their role in the EB-5 immigrant investor visa program for immigrant investors.
June 18, 2011 -- Mr. Campbell is spoke about the EB-5 immigrant investor visa program during the annual conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in San Diego, California, with fellow AILA member Ed Carroll. He participated in a panel discussion entitled "EB-5 for Beginners."
May 19, 2011 -- Presented information about the EB-5 immigrant investor visa program to the Ohio Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association via a webinar with fellow AILA member Karen Caco.
May 12, 2011 -- Participated in an EB-5 immigrant investor visa program webinar for members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association with fellow AILA members Tammy Fox-Isikoff and Ron Klasko.
August 27, 2010 -- Spoke at the second EB-5 immigrant investor visa program conference in Boston, Massachusetts, sponsored by the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Mr. Campbell will participate in a panel discussion entitled "Representing Businesses and Regional Centers."
July 3, 2010 -- Spoke at the annual conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association at the Gaylord National Hotel & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. The topic of the panel discussion is "EB-5: Investing in American, Creating Jobs." The conference was held from June 30 to July 3.
October 19, 2009 -- Spoke during the first-ever EB-5 Investors Conference sponsored by the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Alabama Center for Foreign Investment, among others, in San Francisco, California. Participated in a panel discussion on Regional Center issues, including working with recruiters and investors. The planning committee -- on which which Mr. Campbell served -- expected about 150 to attend. In fact, there were more than 250 in attendance.
September 21, 2009 -- Spoke at the first-ever EB-5 conference sponsored by the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and the law firm of Arnall Golden Gregory, LLP, an Atlanta law firm, which was held at the Chamber offices in downtown Atlanta. It presented an opportunity for me to unveil the Alabama Regional Center's plan to expand into its sister states of Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee. Teri Simmons, an AGG partner, moderated the discussion and I was joined on the panel by Michael Gibson of USAdvisors.org and John L. Gornall, Jr., one of the AGG senior partners.
August 20, 2009 -- Participated in an audio seminar for the American Immigration Lawyers Association called "Examining EB-5 Investor Visas - A Viable Option or Not?" The presenters tried to stir interest in the AILA EB-5 Investors Conference scheduled for October 19, and covered EB-5 Program basics.
June 16, 2009 -- American Immigration Lawyers Association's Annual Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Made a presentation during a panel discussion on the EB-5 (immigrant investor) program and covered secuities-related issues.
February 13, 2008 -- Alabama Joint Interim Patriotic Immigration Commission releases its recommendations to the Alabama Legislature.
January 31, 2008 -- Attended the announcement of Alabama Regional Center Project I -- GSH of Alabama, Inc. -- an $8 million modular homes manufacturing plant in Cullman, Alabama.
November 2008 -- Appointed by Alabama Spearker of the House Seth Hammett to serve as an at-large member of the Joint Interim Patriotic Immigration Commission. The Commission held public hearings in Huntsville, Hoover, Montgomery, and Mobile in January 2008.
October 12, 2007 -- Participated in a panel discussion on the EB5 immigrant investor pilot program sponsored by the Central Florida Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in Clearwater, Florida. Mr. Campbell spoke about Regional Centers and the need for guidance so that the EB5 program does not again fall victim to problems that plagued the program in the late 1990s.
June 16, 2007 -- Participated in a panel discussion on religious workers during the annual conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in Orlando, Florida. Mr. Campbell addressed emerging USCIS policies designed to address fraud in the religious worker visa program.
March 29, 2007 -- Addressed the American Immigration Lawyers Association's Fundamentals of Immigration Law Practice Conference at the Sheraton Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Campbell spoke about issues involving employment of aliens of extraordinary ability, professors and researchers, and national interest waivers for aliens of exceptional ability.
October 6, 2006 -- Addressed the Labor and Employment Law Section of the Alabama State Bar during the section's continuing legal education seminar at the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort in Destin, Florida. Mr. Campbell spoke about the hiring of foreign nationals and I-9 compliance.
June 22, 2006 -- Led a panel discussion on intercountry adoption and related immigration issues during the Annual Conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in San Antonio, Texas.
April 11, 2006 -- Addressed new state judges at the Alabama Judicial College in Montgomery. Mr. Campbell described the duties of civil law notaries and their powers as well as the services they provide. Alabama has 17 civil law notaries while Florida has about 100. Alabama and Florida are the only two states with civil law notary statutes.
April 4, 2006 -- Spoke to social work students during Student Advocacy Day sponsored by the Alabama Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers in cooperation with the University of Alabama School of Social Work at the Gordon Persons Building in Montgomery, Alabama. Mr. Campbell addressed Hispanic immigration issues and federal agency immigration procedures as well as U.S. immigration policy, the current immigration reform debate in Congress, and services provided to Alabama's immigrant population.
March 10, 2006 -- Addressed the International Advisory Board of the University of Alabama School of Commerce and Business Administration at the Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa in Hoover, Alabama. The topic was "The Growing Hispanic/Latino Population in Alabama: Challenges and Opportunities." Mr. Campbell's presentation followed a demographics and economic impact presentation by Samuel N. Addy, Director of the Center for Business and Economic Research, and described the contributions of Alabama's Hispanic population to the state's economy as well as U.S. immigration policies that have an impact on foreign nationals living and working in Alabama.
January 27, 2006 -- Spoke to combined congregations of the Hispanic ministry of the Lee County Baptist Association in Tupelo, Mississippi, which is in the north-central area of the state. The topics ranged from family immigration to employment authorization and immigration via employment, and there was a great deal of interest in Temporary Protected Status. Thanks to Dr. Marc Howard and his staff, there was a very good turnout.
September 30, 2005 -- Addressed the Central Florida Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in St. Petersburg Beach, Florida. The topic was intercountry adoption and was very well attended, even though it was the very last panel discussion presented during late afternoon.
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Boyd Campbell can provide addresses to your group or organization on:
U.S. immigration law and visas generally
This address is appropriate for civic organizations and church groups.
U.S. immigration policy
This address is appropriate for college-level classroom settings and for some business and trade organizations.
U.S. employment-based visas: Immigrant and nonimmigrant
This address is appropriate for business and trade organizations, economic development authorities, and international students and faculty at colleges and universities.
Federal employment law and employer sanctions
This address is most appropriate for business and trade organizations.
Civil law (Latin) notaries
This is something very new for United States commerce and jurisprudence. The American civil law notarial tradition is evolving. Currently only the state governments of Alabama and Florida have appointed civil law notaries. Alabama has 17 civil law notaries appointed by the Alabama Secretary of State. Florida has about 100. Find out what civil law notaries can do for you, your business, and the transactions you engage in. Click Here
Travel and honoraria policy
Mr. Campbell will
travel up to 50 miles from Montgomery, Alabama, to deliver an address for an
organization that expects at least 50 or more persons to be in attendance at a
given event. For distances of more than 50 miles, Mr. Campbell's
reimbursed expenses are 58 cents per mile, each way, plus meals and
lodging. If airfare is called for, Mr. Campbell's reimbursed expenses will
be the cost of airfare, meals, and lodging, unless provided by the
The group or organization that wishes to schedule Mr. Campbell for a speaking engagement or seminar should provide an honorarium of $750.00 for a one-day engagement, made payable to "Boyd F. Campbell, L.L.C.". Mr. Campbell contributes his honoraria to the Legal Services Committee of the International Assistance Project of Alabama (IAPA), which provides pro bono or needs-based legal help to foreign national abused spouses and children. IAPA is a Section 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit, all-volunteer organization, which Mr. Campbell has served as Chairman and Legal Director since 1992. For more information about IAPA, go to the IAPA home page: Click Here
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