Strategies Seeking an H-1B Extension Beyond the Six-Year Limit-Downloadable Recording

Strategies Seeking an H-1B Extension Beyond the Six-Year Limit-Downloadable Recording

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Recording Date7/30/15
CLE EligibleYes
Length90 min.
FormatWeb Seminar
H-1B season came and went. Turning our focus on alternative strategies for H-1B cases that made the "cut" in previous H-1B cap seasons, this seminar discusses traditional H-1B extension of status options. The speakers also examine a new opportunity for the spouse of an H-1B worker under certain circumstances

Key Topics Include

  • Old News: AC-21
    • H-1B Extension in One-Year Increments: ETA 9089 Pending 365 Days or More at the End of the H-1B Status
    • When to Apply for an H-1B Extension in Three-Year Increments: I-140 Approved and Priority Date Not Current
  • New Development! H-4 Employment Authorization Where the Spouse Holds H-1B Status

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Sheila T. Starkey Hahn (dl), Memphis, TN
Sheila T. Starkey Hahn is a solo practitioner in Memphis, TN, practicing family and employment-based immigration. Ms. Starkey Hahn has served as the Treasurer of the AILA DC Chapter. She is also the former D.C. Chapter pro bono liaison, citizenship day chair, and Ambassador to the American Immigration Council (AIC). She is a volunteer for the AILA Artesia Project.

Richard M. Green, Irvine, CA
Richard M. Green is a Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization and a partner with Carothers, DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP in Irvine, CA where he practices employment-based immigration law. Mr. Green is also an adjunct professor of law at the Dale E. Fowler School of Law at Chapman University in Orange, CA and is the vice-chair of AILA's Military Assistance Project.

Staci M. Jenkins, Cincinnati, OH
Staci M. Jenkins is a partner with Thompson Hine, LLP focusing her practice on employment-based immigration. While she counts several global and Fortune 500 companies among the clients she counsels, she also concentrates on advising healthcare entities. She is a past board member of the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Immigration Committee and is the President-Elect of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association's Ohio Chapter. Ms. Jenkins received her J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College Of Law (2005).

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