All “Ls” Broken Loose in Texas - Recording (.MP3)
As of February 2018, L-1 visa processing left the Vermont Service Center (VSC), where it had taken place since the implementation of USCIS’s bi-specialization initiative in 2006, and returned to the Texas Service Center (TSC). What have we learned since this move? Our panel of experts will provide an overview of trends in TSC L-1 adjudications, and identify strategies for working with the TSC, particularly regarding how it might differ from processing at the VSC.
- Trends in Standards for Specialized Knowledge: Must Clients Have Extraordinary Ability to Meet the L-1B Definition?
- L-1A Adjudications and Confusion with the EB-1 Multinational Manager/Executive I-140 Standards
- Is There Any Way to Obtain an Approval Without an RFE?
- Communication Issues with the Premium Processing Unit
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