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"Crew Staffing Challenges for Offshore Support Vessels in Territorial & Outer Continental Shelf Waters" Topic of WorkBoat.com Webinar with Fragomen Attorneys & Immigration Experts

Attorneys and well-known immigration authorities from Fragomen present a WorkBoat.com Webinar April 24 on strategies being implemented for the staffing of Offshore Support Vessel and rigs on territorial waters and the outer continental shelf.
    NEW ORLEANS, LA, April 18, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The staffing of Offshore Support Vessel (OSV) and rigs on territorial waters and the outer continental shelf (OCS) of particular nations is one of today's most challenging maritime issues. What new strategies are being implemented to eliminate these difficult and complicated staffing challenges?

To address this topic, WorkBoat.com has scheduled an April 24 webinar, "Crew Staffing Challenges for Offshore Support Vessels in Territorial & Outer Continental Shelf Waters." The webinar is scheduled for 1 p.m. (Eastern).

The cost to attend the webinar is $39. To register, visit www.WorkBoat.com.

"This session, featuring attorneys and well-known immigration authorities from Fragomen, will allow participants to differentiate between territorial and OCS waters, as well as legal requisites for foreign technical staff and the ability to use international labor conventions for staffing strategies," said Jerry Fraser, Publisher, WorkBoat, who moderate the webinar.

Haseena Enu, Partner, Fragomen; Pauline Mathewson, Partner, Fragomen; and Diego Archer, Global Client Manager - Energy Industry, Fragomen, will be the featured webinar speakers.

Since its establishment in 1951, Fragomen has grown from its initial stature as a top-ranked U.S. immigration law firm to being acknowledged as the world's premiere global immigration law firm. Its offices are strategically located to allow the firm to serve its clients seamlessly across the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa. Fragomen currently provides immigration services into more than 170 destination countries worldwide.

Haseena Enu is the co-managing partner of the firm's office in Dallas. Before moving to Texas, she was the managing partner of Fragomen's Washington, D.C. office. She currently represents corporate clients in a variety of industries such as telecommunications, information technology consulting, and manufacturing, including suppliers for the energy industry. Her practice includes all aspects of corporate U.S. immigration, including nonimmigrant visas, permanent residence, citizenship, I-9 compliance, and immigration support for corporate restructuring.

Based in London, United Kingdom, Pauline Mathewson is Managing Partner of the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) practices of the firm. She has advanced knowledge of immigration legislation in many countries of the world, with a particular focus on immigration legislation, policy and culture in Africa and the Middle East. She has led global engagements for some of the world's largest corporations and has prior experience as partner of a Big Four firm, where she established and led their global immigration practice.

Based in Addison, Texas, Diego Archer, Global Client Manager - Energy Industry, provides advice to clients regarding permanent transfers, rotational assignments, offshore worker options, vessel and rig operator commissions, and technical business visits for clients around the world. In addition, he works closely with clients with the application of the International Labor Conventions for Seafarers with immigration law in several jurisdictions. He also manages content issues such as legal opinions and legislative analysis in the Latin American and Caribbean Region. He is a frequent speaker for topics relating to corporate immigration for international companies and investors in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and other Latin American destinations.

For further information on Fragomen, visit www.fragomen.com.

The popular WorkBoat.com webinar series allows the marine industry to stay on top of what's going on in the industry and what's in store for the future -- from business management to marine industry specific topics.

Individuals can purchase the WorkBoat Professional Series Online Pass for $159 and receive 12 months of webinars for one low price, as well as access to every webinar that has been offered on WorkBoat as an on-demand webinar.

The ProPass can be used for individuals as well as groups (webinar participation must be from one location). This allows a company to educate an entire team.

WorkBoat.com is the largest commercial marine member-supported website, with over 30,000 members. Each registrant for the webinar receives a free membership in WorkBoat.com.

For more information visit www.WorkBoat.com.

For more information:
Lisa Keller
Diversified Business Communications
LKeller@DivCom.com
Phone: (207) 842-5624

About the WorkBoat Professional Series
The webinar is presented as a part of the WorkBoat Professional Series and is designed to keep the commercial marine business community informed and on top of what's going on in the industry today and what's in store for the future.

WorkBoat.com is the largest commercial marine member-supported website, with over 30,000 members. Each registrant for the webinar receives a free membership in WorkBoat.com.

For more information visit www.WorkBoat.com.


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