Nonimmigrant Visa Waivers for Business Practitioners-Downloadable
Nonimmigrant Visa Waivers for Business Practitioners
This 90 minute audio seminar was originally presented April 28, 2011.
Once you have the I-797 petition approval notice in your hand and have notified your company client of the approval, is your job done? What is the role of the lawyer in the processing of an application of a waiver of a potential ground of inadmissibility? At what stage should inquiries be made regarding the applicant’s prior criminal and immigration history to determine whether a waiver may be required?
- Initial Attorney Determination of Potential Ground of Inadmissibility
- Preparation of Documentation In Support of Application for §212(d)(3)(a) Waiver Application
- Timing and Procedural Issues
- Role of USCIS/ARO in Adjudication Process
- Visa Validity Issues
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This is a great CLE. The panelists are very knowledgeable, are great speakers, and they share some great information and tips. Unfortunately, there are some technical difficulties in the recording, but this is still worth listening to.
Sidney on 10/2/2012