USCIS Fraud Detection and National Security Site Visits: 2017 Update - Recording (.MP3)
Site visits were on the rise prior to the 2016 election, and are likely to escalate given the Trump administration’s focus on fraud in the H-1B, L-1, and R-1 arenas. Our panel of experts will discuss the recent increase in site visits, how to prepare your clients for a site visit, and how site visits differ depending on the NIV status of the employee.
- What Is the Purpose of a Site Visit?
- How Are Site Visits Conducted (In-Person, Via Email, Through Video Chat, etc.)?
- With Whom Does the Officer Want to Talk? What Is the Officer Really Trying to Find?
- What, If Anything, Should You Do If Your Client Moves Within the Same MSA to Prevent an FDNS Officer From Going to the Wrong Place?
- Best Practices for Preparing Your Client for a Site Visit
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