Schedule A, Group II: What Is It? How Do You Do It? - Recording (.MP3)
Our panel of experts will provide an overview of, and discuss the obstacles and challenges associated with, Schedule A, Group II petitions for foreign nationals with exceptional ability in the sciences and arts. They will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of filing a Schedule A, Group II, provide tips on presenting evidence, and identify current RFE and NOID trends.
- Benefits and Drawbacks of Filing a Schedule A, Group II
- Review of DOL and USCIS Regulations
- Defining the “Field of Expertise” for Scientists, Researchers, Professors, and Artists
- Best Practices for Presenting Evidence
- Current RFE and NOID Trends
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