Administrative & Fed. Ct. Appeals for Bus. Lawyers-Downloadable Recording

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I’ll See You in Court! – Administrative and Federal Court Appeals for Business Immigration Lawyers

This 90 minute audio seminar was originally presented March 9, 2010.

This panel will provide the business immigration attorney with everything they need to know when seeking administrative and/or judicial review of a denied I-129 or I-140. The faculty will discuss the pros and cons of AAO versus federal court review, and will provide resources and strategic models for taking a case to federal court.

  • Your I-129 or I-140 Was Denied, What's Next?-Jurisdiction and Cause of Action
  • Nuts and Bolts-Complaint, Plaintiff, Defendant and Venue
  • Procedural and Timing Considerations
  • Getting to the Good Stuff-Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies and Exceptions
  • Pros and Cons of AAO vs. Federal Court
  • Can the Employee Keep Working During the Appeal Process?
  • When to Re-File a New Petition

AILA has not applied for and is not administering CLE credit for this OnDemand program. However, CLE self-study credit may be available in your jurisdiction. Please check your jurisdiction’s CLE rules on the AILA CLE Center for more information.


Andres Benach,(dl), Washington, DC

Andres Benach is a partner in the employment and immigration practice at Duane Morris, where he concentrates his practice on complex litigation matters involving removability, inadmissibility, citizenship and the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. He has over 10 years of experience in immigration law, handling sensitive and challenging naturalization, asylum, adjustment of status, removal, and waiver cases. Mr. Benach is a graduate of George Washington University Law School and a graduate of Boston College.

Rebecca R. Massiatte, Dallas, TX

Rebecca R. Massiatte is an associate in the Dallas office of Jackson Lewis LLP. She practices exclusively in the areas of immigration and nationality law, with particular emphasis assisting private, corporate and non-profit organizations and individuals obtain visas, and assist with immediate relative processing and naturalization proceedings. She is skilled at advising clients about the foreign labor certification process and the implementation of effective immigration policies with regard to laws governing the employment of foreign nationals in the U.S. Previously, Ms. Massiatte served as a judicial law clerk for the San Antonio and Harlingen immigration courts (EOIR) through the U.S. Department of Justice, Attorney General's Honors Program.

William A. Stock, AILA National Officer, Philadelphia, PA

William A. Stock is a founding partner of Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer, LLP, a firm devoted exclusively to the practice of immigration and nationality law with offices in Philadelphia and New York. He handles all aspects of immigration law, including assisting companies and individuals in obtaining employment- and family-based visas; resolving citizenship issues and obtaining naturalization; and defending clients in DHS and Department of Labor enforcement proceedings. He is featured in The Best Lawyers in America, The Chambers Global Guide, Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, and Who’s Who of Business Lawyers. He has received the highest (“AV”) rating from the Martindale-Hubble Peer Review system, and teaches immigration law at Villanova University School of Law.

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