Advanced Adjustment of Status Versus Consular Processing (.PDF)

Advanced Adjustment of Status Versus Consular Processing (.PDF)

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To counsel your employee clients effectively on whether to remain in the United States andpursue adjustment of status, or depart and process through a U.S. consulate abroad, firstpresumes that the applicant is indeed eligible for both. This advisory addresses the pros and cons of eachoption. In addition, preparation of the I-140 and tips, best practices, and troubleshooting for the desiredoutcome are discussed.


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Romy Kumar Kapoor is a Partner with the international law firm of Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP, and Head of the firm's Global Immigration & Mobility Practice Group. He has been practicing U.S. immigration and nationality law since 1992, with a broad business- and family-based immigration practice. Romy has spoken and written extensively in these areas, both nationally with AILA and for the State Bar of Georgia. He served as an elected Director to AILA's Board of Governors, as a Chair of the GA-AL Chapter, and on AILA's DOL Liaison Committee, Business Immigration Committee, and various conference committees.


Lisa Baker Jones joined the firm of Schoenleber & Waltermire as a Senior Associate Attorney in November 2014. She has practiced business immigration law since 2005, with an emphasis on employment cases, such as labor certifications, national interest waivers, employer-sponsored work visas (H-1B, L-1, TN, etc.), permanent residency and naturalization. She has represented a wide range of clients, including companies and individuals in the finance, advertising, insurance & risk management, and IT industries. Ms. Baker Jones advises organizations in corporate compliance matters related to the hiring and retention of foreign national employees. She is regularly invited to speak on these topics, providing continuing legal education to other attorneys.


Dan Maranci is a Partner with Fragomen Worldwide, with substantial experience advising clients on a wide range of U.S. immigration law matters. He received his JD from Suffolk University Law School in 2000.

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