In-Depth Look at H-1B-Downloadable

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An In-Depth Look at the H-1B

This 90 minute web seminar was originally presented March 11, 2010.

Using a hypothetical case scenario, this panel will provide a comprehensive step-by-step guide to preparing and filing a successful H-1B petition. Learn to identify and overcome special H-1B issues and challenges including the H-1B cap and education/experience evaluations. As part of the process, you will learn how to prepare and file a Labor Condition Application and will examine the necessity and importance of maintaining public access files.

  • Overview of H-1B Eligibility-Specialty Occupations, Professional Workers
  • Foreign Degrees, Equivalencies, and Successfully Using Credential Evaluations
  • The Labor Condition Application, Prevailing/Actual Wage Requirements
  • Preparing the H-1B Petition-An Overview of the Forms and Supporting Documentation
  • Deconstructing the H-1B Cap-What Is It and How Can You Successfully Navigate It?
  • The Public Access File
  • H-1B Portability-We Need That Employee Now!

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.


Bennett Savitz (dl), Boston, MA

Bennett Savitz has practiced exclusively in the area of immigration law since 1994, and founded Savitz Law Offices, PC in 2000. He has served as the chapter chair of the AILA New England chapter, as well as on several local and national AILA committees, helping shape policies and procedures for the immigration bar. Mr. Savitz is a frequent speaker and writer on various immigration law topics. In 2008, he was selected as one of Boston’s best immigration lawyers by Best Lawyers.

Jennifer Horvath, Dallas, TX

Jennifer Horvath is a senior associate attorney in Berry Appleman & Leiden’s Dallas, Texas office. Ms. Horvath handles an array of business immigration matters for employers in a variety of industries. She has also handled nonimmigrant and immigrant petitions for athletes of various sports. She currently focuses on nonimmigrant and immigrant matters for large corporate clients. Ms. Horvath is licensed to practice in the state of Texas, and is a member of AILA, the American Bar Association and the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association. Ms. Horvath is currently a liaison on the national AILA committee for distance learning. Previously, she was a liaison on the national AILA committees for FOIA and the Paralegal Conference program committee. She was the co-representative of the Young Lawyer's Division for AILA in Texas in 2005 and 2006.

Tina S. Sharma, Washington, DC

Before starting her own law firm, Tina Sharma was a partner at two large US law firms. She currently focuses her practice on advising and representing clients with business and family immigration issues. Ms. Sharma has extensive experience in matters involving consular processing, political asylum, international adoptions, family-based immigration cases, and citizenship. She also counsels clients on immigration issues relating to corporate reorganizations, mergers, layoffs, name changes, public access, and I-9 program improvement.

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