L-1B Strategies: RFEs and Tricky Issues at Consular Posts - Recording (.MP3)
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Anticipating requests for evidence (RFEs) prior to filing an L-1B petition may reduce the likelihood of USCIS issuing an RFE, and prepare your client in the event he or she does receive an RFE. In addition, foreseeing potential issues at U.S. consular posts abroad and briefing your L-1B clients prior to visa interviews may decrease the potential for visa application denials. So, what are the latest RFE trends for L-1B petitions? What are consular posts focusing on? How do you provide a cohesive response to address USCIS's concerns? Our panelists address these and other questions, and provide you with strategies to help your clients successfully obtain L-1B status.
- What Specialized Knowledge Positions Are More Prone to RFEs and Consular Challenges?
- Preparing a Successful L-1B Specialized Knowledge Petition
- Briefing Your L-1B Specialized Knowledge Clients for Visa Interviews
- What Is Trending with L-1B RFEs?
- Challenging USCIS and Consular L-1B Denials
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