Advanced Issues for L-1s - Recording (.MP3)
Our panel of experts will discuss recent developments and trends for L-1 adjudications that may impact how you advise clients when considering initial, amended, and extensions of L-1 cases. They also will provide tips, best practices, and strategies on a variety of topics, including types of evidence, “Buy American and Hire American” (BAHA) arguments, options following a denial, etc.
- RFE Trends at USCIS
- Know Before You Go: Issues at Consular Posts and the Border
- Tips and Best Practices for Types of Evidence to Submit That Meet Regulatory Criteria
- How to Overcome BAHA Resistance
- Strategies for Canadians Denied or Turned Away at the Border After Applying for an L-1 Extension
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