Consular Processing 360 Under the Trump Administration
December 5, 2017
02:00 PM (ET)
|Format||Live Web Seminar|
Dramatic changes in consular processing under the Trump administration has only just begun. Extreme vetting has started. Clients are experiencing significant delays in administrative processing and problems obtaining L-1 blanket extensions. Our panel of experts discusses these issues and offers advice on how to prepare clients in advance in an effort to avoid unnecessary delays.
- What Is “Extreme Vetting”?
- Preparing Clients for Extreme Vetting Prior to Their Interviews: Best Practices and Tips
- Your Client Has Been Stuck in Administrative Processing for Over Six Months: What Can You Do?
- How to Overcome Hurdles with L-1 Blanket Extensions
FacultyDaniel Parisi is a Partner at Tocci, Lee, Brill & Parisi in London. Mr. Parisi has practiced immigration law since 2003, and has handled a wide range of immigration issues. His practice has a particular focus on consular processing and waivers of ineligibility. Mr. Parisi has spoken on issues of consular practice at national and international AILA conferences as well as for other international organizations. He has also authored numerous publications on this topic. Mr. Parisi is an active member of AILA's overseas chapters as well as its Global Migration Section, for which he serves on the Steering Committee. He is currently the Chair of AILA's national Department of State Liaison Committee as well as a member of its LGBT Working Group. Mr. Parisi is a graduate of West Virginia University (1998) with a BA in International Relations and Foreign Languages and received his Juris Doctor from New York Law (2003). He is admitted to the New York Bar.
Sandra Sheridan Reguerin has practiced business immigration law exclusively since 1996. Prior to joining Fragomen in 2008, she was a shareholder at Littler Mendelson, and an associate at Bacon & Dear. Before that, Ms. Reguerin directed the J-1 waiver practice for a physician immigration boutique firm in Northern Virginia. She has extensive experience in J-1 waivers and J-1 program administration, L-1 and O-1 visas, labor certification, permanent residency and consular matters, as well as orchestrating large-scale moves of temporary assignees for multinational companies.
Tracy Schauff has more than 20 years of experience in the area of immigration law. Prior to joining Fakhoury Global Immigration, she worked at Fragomen and the University of Michigan as the assistant director of the International Center. She was responsible for advising departments, faculty, and staff on various immigration issues and developing policies and protocols to ensure compliance with immigration regulations, I-9, and E-verify. She previously served on the Board of Directors for CFGI (formerly ACIP). Since 2009, she also has been involved with Global Detroit, a program seeking to utilize foreign national talent to improve the economic conditions in Southeast Michigan. She has been a frequent speaker at businesses and regional and national conferences, including AILA, NAFSA, MAIE and CFGI.
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The Consular Processing 360 Under the Trump Administration web seminar takes place Tuesday, December 05, 2017, at the times noted below:
- 2:00 pm-3:30 pm eastern time
- 1:00 pm-2:30 pm central time
- 12:00 pm-1:30 pm mountain time
- 11:00 am-12:30 pm pacific time
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