Recent Trends and New Strategies for Consular Processing Worldwide - Recording (.MP3)
With increasing scrutiny of consular processing cases and delays, it is critical to know the specific practices of each consulate. Our panel of experts will give tips for working with the most frequented consulates, and provide resources for finding out procedures in place at other consulates. They also will advise on steps for obtaining necessary documentation from abroad, screening for risks, preparing clients for the consular interview, and responding to delays, denials, and inadmissibility findings.
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- Tips for Preparing Clients to Avoid Inadmissibility Findings and Denial During the Consular Interview
- Best Practices for Navigating Changes with National Visa Center Electronic Filing and Online Inquiries
- How to Obtain Police Certificates, Military Records, Court Records, and Other Needed Documents from Abroad
- What to Do After a Finding of Inadmissibility or Denial: Waiver Applications, Requests to Expedite, LegalNet Inquiries, Congressional Assistance, and More
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