Post-traumatic “L” Disorder: Inconsistent Adjudicatory Standards That Drive Practitioners Crazy AC18 (.MP3)
Does it seem like there is no consistent adjudicatory standard with respect to service center and blanket Ls? Join our panel of experts for this master’s level session as they provide a detailed review of current adjudication trends, and discuss strategies to deal with this constantly evolving area.
- Overview of Recent Adjudication Trends: What Is Occurring at the Consulates and Service Centers?
- Service Center vs. Blanket Ls: Which Is Preferred?
- Blanket Ls for Smaller/Newer Companies
- New Company L-1 Extensions
- Teri A. Simmons (DL), Atlanta, GA
- Brian D. Bumgardner, Raleigh, NC
- Danny Chi-Keng Chen, Irvine, CA
- Ellen Freeman, Pittsburgh, PA
*For a complete list of all the sessions offered at the 2018 Annual Conference please view the Conference Program.
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