Top Questions Asked by New Business Immigration Practitioners - Recording (.MP3)
Our panelists will address some of the less apparent procedures and ambiguous filing requirements for employment-based petitions, including H-1B, EB-1, EB-2, PERM, and others. The speakers will discuss the most frequently asked questions by new practitioners, and offer best practices for filing successful employment-based applications.
- The EB-2 NIW Petition: What Forms Should Be Filed?
- Must an H-1B Application Be Filed in Duplicate?
- Filing a PERM Application: Who Pays for What?
- My Client Had a J-1 Visa: Is He or She Subject to the Two-Year Home Residency Rule?
- Can EB-1 and NIW Petitions Be Filed Simultaneously?
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