Assault on the H-1B: “No, It’s Not the Latest Hollywood Action Movie” AC19 (.MP3)

Assault on the H-1B: “No, It’s Not the Latest Hollywood Action Movie” AC19 (.MP3)

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Recorded 06/20/19
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 60 min.
Format MP3
SKU AC19-T211-DL

The experts on this advanced-level panel will examine the various ways in which the H-1B visa has been attacked by USCIS, particularly under the current administration. Panelists then will discuss best practices to counter these attacks and offer strategic solutions to the myriad problems these attacks create.


  • Yesterday’s Specialty Occupation May Not Be a Specialty Occupation Today: Strategies for Addressing These Trends
  • “Specialty Occupations” in the IT Industry and Other Problematic Occupational Categories
  • “Document, Document, Document”: Practice Tips for Leveraging a Case Toward Approval in Light of Recent Memoranda and Executive Orders
  • The Impact of Current Adjudicatory Trends on Portability and Extensions Beyond the Six-Year Limit for H-1B Visa Holders

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  • Kelli Duehning (DL), San Francisco, CA
  • Vic Goel, Reston, VA
  • Jacob T. Muklewicz, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Karen M. Pollins, Jenkintown, PA

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