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Employment History

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Seyfarth Shaw LLP


Attorney

Seyfarth Shaw LLP


Foreign Legal Consultant

Seyfarth Shaw LLP


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Paul , Hastings


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Jean-Noël Ben Hamou
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Jean-Noël Ben Hamou, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, USA


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Jean-Noël Ben Hamou
Jean-Noël Ben Hamou* In a video posted by the Government of Canada, a man goes to sleep on April 16, 2009.1 His bedroom décor can only be described as dull, drab, and dreary. As the clock strikes 12:00 am on April 17, 2009, the man awakes a Canadian citizen, his bedroom automatically transformed into a colorful, Canadian wonderland complete with maple leaves, plush stuffed moose, maple syrup, poutine, and a Mountie welcoming him to Canada as the Canadian national anthem plays melodically in the background. *Jean-Noël Ben Hamou is a licensed Canadian attorney and foreign legal consultant in New Yorkpracticing in the Immigration Group of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. He can be reached at jbenhamou@seyfarth.com


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Ben Hamou is experienced in handling high-volume cases and negotiating agreements with senior foreign immigration officials at ports-of-entry, visa offices and pre-approval units to streamline the immigration process.He has conducted numerous conferences and seminars on business immigration in Canada and the U.S.Ben Hamou's broad base of knowledge and experience with Canadian immigration includes understanding the Business Visitor category and the narrow definition of business meetings, securing pre-approvals for work permits within 48 to 72 hours and dealing with the Regional Foreign Worker Unit.He counsels clients regarding the flexibility of the Canadian immigration system, Canada as an alternative to the H-1B cap in the U.S., NAFTA work permits, the consequences of past criminality and waiver of inadmissibility to Canada, permanent residency, the country's advantageous and innovative point systems and other Canadian citizenship and residency requirements.Prior to joining Seyfarth Shaw, Ben Hamou was an associate with Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP in that firm's Atlanta office.He received his B.C.L (with distinction) and his LL.B. (with distinction) from McGill University and his B.B.A. (with great distinction) from Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Montreal.He is licensed to practice law in Canada.


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Ben Hamou is experienced in handling high-volume cases and negotiating agreements with senior foreign immigration officials at ports-of-entry, visa offices and pre-approval units to streamline the immigration process.He has conducted numerous conferences and seminars on business immigration in Canada and the U.S.Ben Hamou's broad base of knowledge and experience with Canadian immigration includes understanding the Business Visitor category and the narrow definition of business meetings, securing pre-approvals for work permits within 48 to 72 hours and dealing with the Regional Foreign Worker Unit.He counsels clients regarding the flexibility of the Canadian immigration system, Canada as an alternative to the H-1B cap in the U.S., NAFTA work permits, the consequences of past criminality and waiver of inadmissibility to Canada, permanent residency, the country's advantageous and innovative point systems and other Canadian citizenship and residency requirements.Prior to joining Seyfarth Shaw, Ben Hamou was an associate with Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP in that firm's Atlanta office.He received his B.C.L (with distinction) and his LL.B. (with distinction) from McGill University and his B.B.A. (with great distinction) from Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Montreal.He is licensed to practice law in Canada.


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