Employment-Based Adjustment Interviews: Good, Bad, or Indifferent? - Recording (.MP3)
EB adjustment interviews are now required in all cases. Now that we are over nine months into this process, our panel of experts will discuss developing trends, how well field office examiners are trained on employment issues, and how best to prepare clients. Panelists also will explore strategies for dealing with lengthy delays at local offices and when consular processing is a better alternative.
- Best Practices for Preparing Clients for the Interview
- The Role of the Attorney at the Interview
- Can Examiners Re-Adjudicate the I-140, and Will They Understand Portability?
- Strategies for Dealing with Delays—e.g., Medicals, Visa Backlogs, etc.
- When Is Consular Processing a Better Way to Go?
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