Blanket L Practice: 2020 Update - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
Given the high scrutiny and denial rates of individual L-1 petitions, preparing Blanket L applications has historically been a better option. While Blanket L applications remain a better option, consular officers are beginning to scrutinize these cases more than they had previously. Our panel of experts will provide practical suggestions for difficult Blanket L issues.
- Standard of Review: How to Prove Eligibility of “Clear and Convincing” Evidence
- Renewal of Blanket Ls: To Travel or Not to Travel?
- Visa Stamp Discrepancies and When to Renew L-1 and L-2
- When Are Dependents Required to Travel?
- CBP Errors: Practical Tips for Correcting Them (e.g., CBP Admitting L-1 Holders in L-1A Status Instead of L-1B)
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