Getting Back on Track—What to Do When a Case Goes Off the Rails-Downloadable
Getting Back on Track—What to Do When a Case Goes Off the RailsThis 90 minute web seminar was recorded live on August 22, 2013, from 2:00 pm-3:30 pm eastern time.
All experienced practitioners have had cases that went off the rails at some point --unwarranted filing rejections, the government loses a file or sends it to the wrong place, a case hits processing purgatory, or the government decision is wrong on the law or the facts. Usually, these hiccups occur when it is imperative to have had a decision yesterday. In this seminar, experienced practitioners discuss how to effectively and efficiently get around roadblocks when your case hits a procedural wall.
- Who to Call and How to Contact USCIS to Get Your Voice Heard Quickly
- Facilitating Visa Issuance and Overcoming Visa Denials at U.S. Consulates
- When to Bring in the “Big Guns” - Use of AILA Liaisons and Congressional Liaisons
- When to Use the Ombudsman and File a DHS-7001
- When to Appeal and When to Re-file?
- When Is it Time to Bite the Bullet and Sue?
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