Pointers for Success at Ports of Entry on the Northern Border - Recording (.MP3)
Travel from Canada to the United States has become increasingly difficult. CBP is pushing back at every step of the process. Ports of entry that were typically friendly to lawyers before the election are changing their attitudes. Our panel of experts will discuss best practices to prepare your business client for a successful admission.
- Preparing Your Client for the CBP Interview
- TN and L Checklists Provided by CBP: Are They Still Helpful?
- Direct Filing Individual Canadian Ls at the Port of Entry: Is It Still a Good Idea?
- Making Your Blanket L and TN Application Packets More Easily Approvable
- How Much Documentation Does a Canadian Business Visitor Need in the Current Climate?
- Applying for Admission at an Airport or a Land Port of Entry: Which Is the Better Option for Your Client?
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