Voice (January 2012): Tips on Avoiding RFEs

Voice (January 2012): Tips on Avoiding RFEs

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VOICE: An Immigration Dialogue
January/February 2012

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In This Issue:

 

"Tips for Presenting an Extraordinary EB-1 Petition to Avoid an RFE"
In the EB-1 adjudication process, the December 2010 Kazarian memo rules, at least for the moment, so practitioners need to adhere to that guidance.—Emily Sumner

 

"The Immigration Lawyer and the Mental Health Expert: the Making of a Great Partnership"
The Sisyphean task of advocating for a waiver of inadmissibility has a greater likelihood of success when an immigration practitioner partners with a mental health expert who can offer a clinical observation and diagnosis of the client.—H. Raymond Fasano

 

Other Highlights Include:

Blogosphere
"Harboring’ May Be Easier Than You Think"—Christine Mehfoud

 

Unsolicited Advice
"Write Actively Most of the Time-But Not Always"—Cletus Weber

 

Capitol Beat
"Recent Developments Could Spur Economic Growth, Job Creation"—Paul Herzog

 

Spotlight
"How to Market Oneself in Changing Times"—Matthew Porter

 

Consular Update
"Up Close and Personal with the U.S. Consulate in Sao Paolo, Brazil"—Joel Stewart

 

Poetic Justice
"Child Weeping, Wandering, and Worried"—Julia Manglano Toro

 

Julia Manglano Toro
"Julia Manglano Toro"—Danielle Polen

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