National Interest Waivers Post-Dhanasar - Recording (.MP3)
Two years after Matter of Dhanasar, how have the adjudications of National Interest Waiver (NIW) applications changed? Is the standard higher, lower, or simply different? Is USCIS applying the new framework fairly? Our panel of experts will discuss how this Administrative Appeals Office decision changed the playing field for NIWs, and how to give your client the best chance for a positive adjudication.
- NYSDOT vs. Dhanasar: What Changed?
- Two-Prong Test: Substantial Merit and National Importance
- Defining the Proposed Field of Endeavor
- Is Your Client Well-Positioned to Advance the Field of Endeavor?
- RFE Trends
- Red Flags: Should You Consider Another Employment-Based Category?
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