H-1B RFEs in 2019 and Strategies for Responding: What’s Trending? - Recording (.MP3)
As immigration attorneys continue to experience a significant increase in Requests for Evidence (RFEs) on H-1B petitions in 2019, getting an H-1B approved remains challenging. The risk of receiving a lengthy RFE remains high every time you file a transfer, an amendment, and (most definitely) with cap cases. Our panel of experts will focus on the latest H-1B RFE trends immigration attorneys are seeing in 2019, and will provide strategies, tips, and tricks for successfully overcoming them. The panelists also will help attorneys understand the current climate in H-1B adjudications in order to better position their clients for success.
- Wage Levels and Strategies
- Effectively Establishing That a Position Qualifies as a “Specialty Occupation”
- Degree-Related Issues: When Multiple Degrees Are Acceptable for a Position, When the Beneficiary’s Degree Is Unrelated to the Occupation, etc.
- Establishing the Employer-Employee Relationship: Consulting Companies, Multiple Worksites, and Offsite Employment
- Best Practices for Tackling a Boilerplate RFE
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