The Consular Practice Handbook, 2012 Ed.
The Consular Practice Handbook provides insider tips, insightful practice pointers, and the strategic guidance needed to understand consular processing.
Written and edited by a team of expert immigration law practitioners, and now in its second edition, The Consular Practice Handbook covers topics such as:
- Advisory opinions
- Electronic security
- "Lawyering" at consular posts
- Consular practice do’s and don’ts
- Preparing your clients for their nonimmigrant visa interview
- DV lottery
- National Visa Center and Kentucky Consular Center
- Acquisition of citizenship & passport processing
- I-601 waivers, including guidance on the proposed stateside waiver process and more!
New this edition: Consular processing guidance and tips covering India and Brazil.
BONUS! Comprehensive listing of key officers and their contact information for U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide.
“Using the authors’ experiences, the articles contain the insights of seasoned practitioners with regard to specific legal issues and how they are treated by the consulates. They offer practical advice as to how to best prepare clients for consular interviews and how to document key issues.”
—Michael Davis, Danielle Rizzo, Olsi Vrapi, Editors
Whether you are a new or seasoned immigration law practitioner, The Consular Practice Handbook contains a wealth of information useful to your practice.
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