Latest CBP Trends Across the Country: Preparing Clients for Admission - Recording (.MP3)
Find out the latest local U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) practices from throughout the United States. Hear from experts on best practices for communicating with CBP, where local policy stands, and practical tips for U.S. entry.
- Can You Communicate with CBP to Discuss a Particular Applicant for Admission?
- May an Attorney Make an In-Person Appearance in the Inspection Area?
- Your Client Loses His or Her Admission Document While Traveling Abroad: Will CBP Admit Them? Is a Waiver and Fee Required?
- Best Practices for Applicants Wishing to Apply for Admission Under Less Common Visa Types—e.g., B-2 Domestic Partners
- What Types of Errors Will Deferred Inspection Correct? What Is the Most Effective Means of Communication—e.g., In-Person Visit, Phone, Fax, Email, etc.?
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