The Latest Issues with High Scrutiny Consular Posts - Recording (.MP3)
The panelists will discuss the latest issues at consular posts. In particular, the speakers will focus on those posts with special processing issues, including China, the Philippines, and Singapore. Our speakers will provide practical tips to help you manage client expectations, keep the visa process moving, and prepare for additional steps and requirements.
- Visa Qualification Not Supported by the Regulations: Types of Visas and Additional Requirements
- What Facts Pose a High Risk for Triggering Administrative Processing? At Which Posts?
- Prolonged Administrative Processing and/or Visa Denial Based on Facts Not Supported by Regulations or the Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM): What Can You Do?
- Changes to the FAM: Update on Providing Photocopies of Documents in Lieu of Originals
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