Paralegals Series Part II: Role In Drafting L-1 Petition-Downloadable

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Paralegal Series, Part II: The Paralegal’s Role in Drafting the L-1 Petition

This web seminar was originally presented May 5, 2011.

The purpose of this series is to provide paralegals with practical knowledge and tools that can be utilized in the drafting H-1 and L-1 petitions. This series is targeted toward paralegals with little to intermediate levels of experience.

  • Differences Between L-1A, L-1B and Blanket L-1
  • Preparation of Individual Petition
  • Preparation of Blanket Petition
  • Preparation of Documents In Support of the Petition
  • Issue-Spotting and Anticipating an RFE
  • Working With Templates and/or Original Document Drafting
  • Keeping Abreast of Corporate Changes and How They Affect L-1 Eligibility
  • Paralegal’s Role in Client Communications


Elizabeth A. Quinn (dl), Washington, DC

Elizabeth A. Quinn is a shareholder and senior attorney with Maggio + Kattar, PC where she focuses on business immigration, and in particular, the unique problems of J-1 exchange visitors. Her clients include biotechnology and hospitality companies, artists, and human rights organizations. She has written and lectured on J visa issues, and is a regular lecturer for the DC Bar’s continuing legal education program. Ms. Quinn has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America and in Washingtonian magazine.

Jacqueline Düzgün, Philadelphia, PA

Jacqueline Düzgün has been an immigration paralegal for over 14 years. She is currently serving as an Account Manager with Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer, LLP in Philadelphia, PA. She is responsible for managing and overseeing the nonimmigrant and immigrant process for corporate clients assigned to her. Jacqueline has served on panels on “PERM applications,” “Immigrant Petitions,” and “The Role of the Paralegal in Immigration Law” at the AILA Paralegal Conferences held in Washington D.C.

Janice Flynn, London, Great Britain

Janice Flynn is an associate attorney with the Hodkinson Law Group. Since moving to the U.K., she has practiced only U.S. immigration law with an emphasis on consular processing at the American embassy in London. Ms. Flynn is a current member of the Rome District Chapter’s Consular Liaison and Communications Committee and past member of the Chapter’s Ethics and Pro Bono Committee.

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