Maintaining Work Authorization in a World with Visa Retrogression - Recording (.MP3)
As the employment-based visa backlogs increase, practitioners need to be aware of options for employees and applicants from affected countries. Our panel of experts will share strategies for dealing with these visa backlogs.
- Permanent Residence Options and Strategies for TN Holders Whose Country of Birth Is Usually Subject to Retrogression (i.e., China and India)
- NIV and IV Options for L-1B Holders from Backlogged Countries
- Strategies to Manage Visa Retrogression in the EB-1 Category
- Upgrading/Downgrading Among EB Categories: Procedures and Recommendations for Success
- Tips and Reminders: Cross-Chargeability, Job Changes, Interfiling a Spouse’s I-140 Petition on a Pending I-485 (When the Spouse Has a Better Priority Date), INA §245(k), etc.
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