Preparing Successful O-1s and P-1s - Recording (.MP3)

Preparing Successful O-1s and P-1s - Recording (.MP3)

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Recorded 3/9/2017
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Length 90 min.
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SKU AS2017-03-09-DL

O-1 and P-1 visas are great options for individuals of extraordinary ability and/or at the top of their respective fields in the arts, athletics, or entertainment. Preparing successful petitions can be tricky given adjudication trends and category requirements. Our panelists will focus on key points to consider in order to successfully assist with O-1 and P-1 visas.

Featured Topics

  • Creating a Strong Narrative for O-1 Petitions
  • Essential Support Workers
  • Over-Documenting and Under-Documenting the Evidentiary Criteria
  • Is Your P-1 Athlete a Real Competitor?
  • Extensions: Evaluating the Assignment Demand for Work in the United States for O-1s and P-1s
  • Agents as Petitioners and Other Employer-Petitioner Situations

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Faculty

Anna F. Angel (DL), Denver, CO
Anna F. Angel's practice focuses on business immigration matters, representing employers in technology, healthcare, academic, and engineering fields who pursue immigrant and nonimmigrant sponsorship for employees, as well as self-petitioning clients, such as individuals filing extraordinary ability and National Interest Waiver petitions. Ms. Angel advises on temporary visas, including L, H, O, P, E, J, B, and also represents clients in family-based immigration matters and naturalization applications. She has significant experience in physician immigration matters, representing hospitals and physicians pursuing J-1 waivers, H-1Bs, O-1s, and green cards based on PERMs and national interest waivers in health professional shortage areas. Before becoming an immigration attorney in 2012, she worked as an immigration paralegal for several years in Boston and New York City. She is fluent in Spanish and currently practices in Denver.

Lauren DeBellis Aviv, New York, NY
Lauren DeBellis Aviv represents foreign nationals seeking employment- and family-based visas. She focuses on obtaining visas for individuals of extraordinary ability, and for entertainment/music companies, the film/TV industry, theatres, dance companies, advertising/digital agencies, and start-ups. Lauren also has experience litigating complex removal matters. Before practicing immigration law, Lauren practiced criminal defense trial law at The Legal Aid Society in Manhattan. Lauren frequently lectures for AILA and other prestigious organizations and universities. She is rated a Super Lawyer/Rising Star in the New York Metro Area. Lauren is committed to pro bono work and from 2008 to 2011, served as co-chair of the AILA New York Chapter's Pro Bono Committee. She also served as a liaison on AILA's Pro Bono Committee. She received her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School and her B.S. from Syracuse University. She is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey.

Tiffany Ling Chang, Los Angeles, CA
Tiffany Ling Chang is an attorney with Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez LLP in Los Angeles. Ms. Chang provides long-term strategy planning to employers and foreign nationals and helps them navigate complex immigration laws. Ms. Chang's practice focuses on employment-based immigrant visas, including petitions for individuals of extraordinary ability, outstanding researchers/professors, multinational managers and executives, national interest waivers, and permanent labor certifications. Ms. Chang has extensive experience with employment-based nonimmigrant visas, including H-1B, TN, E-2, O-1, P-1, and P-3. She currently serves as the secretary for the AILA Southern California Chapter.

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