Behind the Consular Curtain - Recording (.MP3)
Despite being a critical component of the immigration process, most attorneys understand very little about what really happens at U.S. consulates around the world. This is particularly true regarding what consular officers focus on during interviews. Our panel of former consular officers will concentrate on the inner workings of the consular process to provide practical advice for representing clients effectively around the world.
- How Are Consular Officers Selected and Trained?
- Anatomy of a Visa Interview: What Are Consular Officers Really Looking for in Interviews? How Can Attorneys Prepare Clients?
- INA §214(b): What Does This Really Mean, and How Can You Overcome It?
- Administrative Processing: Red Flags for DOS and How to Navigate Them
- Update on Travel Ban and Waiver Issues
- Communicating with Consular Posts: What Can Attorneys Do to Overcome Refusals?
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