Athletes, Coaches, and Trainers: NIVs and IVs - Recording (.MP3)
Our panel of experts will provide an overview of options for, and discuss recent challenges associated with, obtaining nonimmigrant (NIV) and immigrant (IV) visas for athletes, coaches, and trainers. The speakers will present on key areas, including who are considered athletes or essential support personnel, who can serve as a sponsor, presenting evidence, and recent trends in adjudications under the current administration.
- Who Is Considered an Athlete or Essential Support Personnel?
- NIV and IV Options for Athletes, Coaches, and Trainers
- Strategies and Tips for Presenting Evidence
- Current Trends in Adjudications
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