Immigration Options for Academics and Researchers, 3rd ed. (Print)
It's easy for business immigration lawyers to think they can handle cases for academics and researchers, but these type of cases inhabit a unique world. The clients have their own culture and the regulations are specialized. This book explains the legal environment of academic immigration with practice pointers and articles from many different angles, including border and consular issues.
In order for the United States to continue to attract the brightest professors and researchers, you need insightful solutions and savvy strategies to get their applications approved.
Written by the leading immigration law practitioners and top international student advisors, Immigration Options for Academics and Researchers provides everything you need to know about immigration law relating to this specialized area.
Now in its third edition, the book contains new insight into:
- Avoiding and challenging RFEs
- Issues for researchers in the private sector, at public universities and colleges, and in unionized positions
- F and J visas, which are increasingly complicated
- AAO cases on a variety of academic-related petitions
- Using alternative wage surveys and ACWIA wages