Consular Processing 360 Under the Trump Administration - Recording (.MP3)
Dramatic changes in consular processing under the Trump administration has only just begun. Extreme vetting has started. Clients are experiencing significant delays in administrative processing and problems obtaining L-1 blanket extensions. Our panel of experts discusses these issues and offers advice on how to prepare clients in advance in an effort to avoid unnecessary delays.
- What Is “Extreme Vetting”?
- Preparing Clients for Extreme Vetting Prior to Their Interviews: Best Practices and Tips
- Your Client Has Been Stuck in Administrative Processing for Over Six Months: What Can You Do?
- How to Overcome Hurdles with L-1 Blanket Extensions
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