Advanced Issues for Consular Processing: Third-Party Placement - Recording (.MP3)

Advanced Issues for Consular Processing: Third-Party Placement - Recording (.MP3)


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Recorded 2/27/2020
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format MP3
SKU WS2020-02-27-DL

Consular processing has become extremely challenging under the current administration. Given the volume of applicants interviewed each day, consular officers are more likely than ever to issue an INA §221(g) for applications that they want more time to assess. Nowhere is this scenario more prevalent than in cases involving H-1B applicants working with consulting companies. For applicants from such companies, a §221(g) response could turn a two-week vacation into a six-month ordeal. Our panel of experts will review recent trends affecting consulting company employees at high-volume consulates in India and China. They also will provide tips and strategies on preparing foreign nationals for the visa interview and working with end users.


Featured Topics

  • Trending Issues and Challenges that Consulting Company Employees Face at Visa Interviews
  • Practical Tips and Best Practices: Preparing Foreign Nationals for the Visa Interview
  • Working with a Client’s End Users: Strategies and Approaches
  • Setting and Managing Employer and Employee Expectations
  • An INA §221(g) Is Issued: What Next?

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Faculty

Ryan Barshop (DL), Manila, Philippines

Ryan Barshop is based in Manila, Philippines and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He is the former secretary of the Bangkok District Chapter and is a frequent speaker on consular matters at AILA regional and national conferences.


Poorvi Rohit Chothani, AILA DOS Liaison Committee, Mumbai, India

Poorvi Chothani, Esq. is the Managing Partner of LawQuest, Mumbai and The Law Office of Poorvi Chothani, PLLC, Florida. She is a founding member of AILA’s Bangkok District Chapter and has served on its steering group and committees. She currently serves on AILA’S DOS Liaison Committee and continues to be an active member of the BDC. Poorvi, a Penn alumna, is a licensed advocate in India, admitted to the NY State Bar and is a registered, practicing Solicitor, England & Wales.


Charlotte Slocombe, London, UK

Charlotte Slocombe is a partner with Fragomen LLP. She is dual-qualified and has been practicing U.S. immigration law since 2005. Charlotte is responsible for establishing and managing Fragomen’s EMEA Consular and Documents Practice. Her specialism is U.S. consular support, with a particular focus on I-130/IV, inadmissibility and E company filings. Previous positions held were as executive member for the AILA RDC Europe Middle East and African District Chapter and a member of AILA National’s Department of State Committee and CBP National Liaison Committee. Currently Charlotte is a member of BIRT.


The speaker's/author's views do not necessarily represent the views of AILA, nor do they constitute legal advice or representation. Practice tips provided are based on the speaker's/author's experiences and the current state of the law. Please be sure to conduct legal research and analysis for your unique situation as the law changes quickly and experiences may differ from your own.

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