Border Issues for Business Travelers - Recording (.MP3)

Border Issues for Business Travelers - Recording (.MP3)

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Recorded 12/15/2016
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format MP3
SKU WS2016-12-15-DL

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) must protect our borders, simultaneously facilitating efficient travel and trade to the United States. Its varied missions can conflict, thereby creating a challenge for CBP officers that have to make quick decisions on admission issues. Your clients’ first contact when they approach a land border or arrive at a U.S. airport is with a CBP officer that will decide whether (and for how long) they should be admitted. Local practices vary greatly from port to port, and may be daunting to the ill-prepared traveler. This group of experts will discuss how you can best advise your employment-based clients when confronted with various travel-related issues.

Featured Topics

  • How to Best Prepare Your L-1, TN, and B-1 Applicants for Inconsistent Port of Entry (POE) Procedures?
  • Can You Communicate with a POE Prior to, or During, Your Client’s Travel?
  • Will the Recent Changes to ESTA Adversely Affect Your Client’s Mobility?
  • What Is the “Six-Month Club?”
  • How Can You Get Your Client’s I-94 Corrected If He or She Is Admitted for the Wrong Period of Time or in the Wrong Status?


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Faculty

Leslie A. Holman (DL), AILA Past President/CBP Liaison Committee Vice Chair, Burlington, VT
Leslie A. Holman has practiced law for more than 25 years, focusing exclusively on immigration since 1999. She is the founder of Holman Immigration Law, located in Burlington, VT. The firm represents both corporate and individual clients in a wide variety of immigration matters, and its close proximity and access to the U.S./Canadian border provides a unique understanding of border and complex admission-related matters. She has served as chair of AILA's Admissions & Border Enforcement Committee, vice chair of the AILA CBP Liaison Committee, and member of the AILA Inter-Agency Liaison Committee. She continues to serve as liaison to the regional ports of entry for AILA's New England Chapter. In 2008, she was awarded the Sam Williamson Mentor Award for excellence in mentoring and counseling.

Farshad Owji, AILA Board of Governors, San Francisco, CA
Farshad Owji is a managing attorney at the Owji Law Group, a full service boutique firm in San Francisco, CA, since 2002. His areas of expertise include business immigration, consular processing, and litigation. Specifically, he guides start-up companies in making fruitful immigration decisions for a firm establishment and successful growth in the United States. Farshad is a member of the Florida, Minnesota, and District of Columbia bars, as well as the Istanbul bar. He is also admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the Federal Court for the Middle District of Florida. He currently serves as a member of both the AILA DOS Liaison Committee and the AILA Future of Immigration Law Task Force. He was previously the AILA Northern California Chapter Chair. Farshad is currently serving as an elected member of the AILA Board of Governors.

Ramon E. Curiel, San Antonio, TX
Ramon E. Curiel is a partner at Oliva, Saks, Garcia & Curiel, LLP in San Antonio, TX, and has practiced immigration law for more than 16 years. He received his J.D. from Texas Tech University School of Law and an LL.M. in international law from St. Mary's University. He has served as the AILA Liaison for the San Antonio District Office of USCIS for eight years. He is currently a member of the AILA CBP Liaison Committee and the local CBP liaison for San Antonio. He is a past chair of the International Law Section of the San Antonio Bar Association. He also served as a member of the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee for the Supreme Court of Texas in San Antonio. He practices exclusively immigration law focused on business-related cases with an emphasis on professionals, entrepreneurs, and investors.
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