How to Overcome H-1B and L-1 RFEs in 2017: What’s New? - Recording (.MP3)
Receiving a Request for Evidence (RFE) is a normal course of business in filing H-1B and L petitions. How can you assist your client in preparing the most cohesive response to address the issues raised by USCIS? Our panel of experts will focus on the latest RFE trends immigration attorneys are seeing in 2017, and provide strategies, tips, and ways to rebut (and successfully overcome) these RFEs.
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- Documenting the Employer-Employee Relationship
- Describing the Duties of an L-1A Manager and His or Her Subordinates
- Documenting That the U.S. Company Is “Doing Business”
- Documenting the Beneficiary’s “Specialized Knowledge”
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