Affidavits, Advisory Opinions, and Expert Letters for Business Immigration - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
The panelists will offer tips and best practices on strategic use of expert letters, advisory opinions, and third-party letters in the business immigration context.
- Using Expert Letters to Demonstrate Specialty Occupation and H-1B Beneficiary Qualifications
- Affidavits and Letters Documenting Beneficiary Qualifications, Business Necessity, and PERM Compliance
- Consultations with Peer Groups and Labor Organizations for O-1 Extraordinary Ability Petitions
- How to Submit EB-1 Support Letters to Reduce RFEs
- Ethical Considerations for Attorneys Working with Third-Party Letter Writers
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