The Latest Issues with High Scrutiny Consular Posts
May 18, 2017
02:00 PM (ET)
|Format||Live Audio Seminar|
The panelists will discuss the latest issues at consular posts. In particular, the speakers will focus on those posts with special processing issues, including China, the Philippines, and Singapore. Our speakers will provide practical tips to help you manage client expectations, keep the visa process moving, and prepare for additional steps and requirements.
- Visa Qualification Not Supported by the Regulations: Types of Visas and Additional Requirements
- What Facts Pose a High Risk for Triggering Administrative Processing? At Which Posts?
- Prolonged Administrative Processing and/or Visa Denial Based on Facts Not Supported by Regulations or the Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM): What Can You Do?
- Changes to the FAM: Update on Providing Photocopies of Documents in Lieu of Originals
Elizabeth A. Goss specializes in the representation of physicians, researchers, faculty, and student entrepreneurs. She is an often invited lecturer on a variety of employment-based immigration topics both nationally and internationally. She currently serves as of chair of NAFSA's Employment-Based Subcommittee (ISSRP).
Janora L. Hawkins is an associate with Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP in Atlanta, GA. She represents clients of all sizes in connection with business immigration matters. She also serves as the chair of the GA-AL AILA Chapter's CBP committee and served as a co-chair of the 2017 GA-AL AILA Chapter Conference. She hosts an internet radio show that focuses on immigration matters (Beyond the Border on WCEG Talk Radio) and speaks nationally on business immigration matters.
Cindy P. Jen is a partner in Fragomen's Silicon Valley office and has been with the firm for 17 years, spending one year practicing in the firm's China offices. Cindy focuses her practice on business immigration, providing strategic counseling on a wide-range of employment based immigrant and nonimmigrant visa matters. She has provided counsel on a vast array of visa strategies for professionals, managers and executives, persons of extraordinary ability, entrepreneurs and immigrant investors. Cindy has extensive experience advising companies-from large, Fortune 100 corporations to start-up businesses-on developing compliant immigration programs to suit dynamic business needs.
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|Nonmember Law Students||$199|
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