The Consular Practice Handbook (eBook)

The Consular Practice Handbook (eBook)

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Release Date 10/31/17
ISBN 978-1-57370-413-7
Length 353 pages
Format EPUB / MOBI
SKU 54-13

The Consular Practice Handbook is your resource for understanding and staying up-to-date on various issues in consular practice. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or you are new to immigration practice, the new edition of the Handbook will guide you through a wide array of relevant topics, including:

  • Fundamentals of Lawyering at Consular Posts
  • The State of Consular Processing in the New Era of “Extreme Vetting”
  • Do’s and Don’ts for Attorneys Representing Visa Applicants
  • Unpacking the DS-160 and DS-260 Forms
  • Consular Processing for Immigrant Visa Applicants
  • INA 214(b) Denials
  • Challenging Visa Refusals Through LegalNet
    and more!

The Consular Practice Handbook will be your go-to guide for the complex world of consular processing, and a reference you can rely on to provide expert advice and analysis.

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About the Editors

Michael H. Davis is the founder and managing partner of Davis & Goldfarb PLLC in Minneapolis, and also oversees the firm’s satellite office in Tel Aviv, Israel. Michael received his law degree from the University of Minnesota and has practiced immigration law exclusively since 1987. He has a particular focus representing clients in connection with complex admissibility issues, including waivers for unlawful presence, misrepresentation, and criminal issues. Michael is past chair of AILA’s Minnesota-Dakota Chapter and USCIS International Operations Liaison Committee, as well as the Minnesota State Bar Association Immigration Law Section. He is co-Editor of AILA’s The Consular Practice Handbook, former co-Associate Editor of AILA’s The Visa Processing Guide, and author of a wide variety of articles for AILA and other organizations on various immigration law topics.

Noah Klug Listed in Who’s Who Legal and a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rated attorney, Noah Klug has over a decade of experience in U.S. and global immigration. In 2012, while practicing in Australia and building up a niche in consular processing in the Asia Pacific region, Noah created a new AILA chapter for the region, the Bangkok District Chapter (BDC), and served as its inaugural Chair. Noah is a member of the AILA Business Immigration Task Force, former Co-Chair of the ABA Immigration and Naturalization Committee, and former Steering Committee member of AILA’s Global Migration Section. Noah has authored nearly 30 immigration law publications, been quoted in major news media, contributed to significant immigration studies, co-edited an immigration treatise, and helped to draft AILA comments to USCIS policy memoranda.

Jared Leung practices in the area of immigration law. He has extensive experience in employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant applications at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, visa applications at U.S. embassies and consulates, and PERM labor certification applications with the Department of Labor. Jared’s business clients range from small and start-up companies to large I.T. companies, hospitals, and healthcare providers. In addition to his business clients, Jared also works closely with individual clients, investors, and those with family immigration needs. He covers related areas such as citizenship and nationality discrimination as well as I-9 compliance. Jared is a frequent speaker on U.S. immigration matters, and has published numerous articles on immigration topics. He served for eight years as Co-Chair of the Immigration Committee for the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA). He is also a founding member of the Bangkok District Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). He was past president and is a current board member of the Arizona Asian American Bar Association (AAABA). He also volunteers his time serving on the Board of Desert Sounds, a charitable organization that provides music lessons and instruments to children who cannot afford them. Jared has an AV Preeminent rating by the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings system, which connotes the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards. He also receives the five-star highest rating on from client reviews.