O-1s and P-1s: Trends and Technical Issues - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
Our panel of experts will provide an update on recent trends in O and P processing. They also will offer case preparation recommendations for artists, entertainers, athletes, and entrepreneurs. In addition, key technical areas of the O and P petition process will be addressed, including itineraries, deal memos, and agent filings. Finally, our experts will provide practical tips on presenting cases in the current adjudication environment, paying particular attention to the impact of COVID-19 and the new Public Charge rule.
- How to Advise Clients When Preparing an Agent Filing
- Current Trends in the Meaning of "Internationally Recognized" and "Coming Solely to Perform" for P-1As
- Position-Specific Advisory Opinion Updates
- Strategies and Tips to Avoid RFEs
- Impact of COVID-19 and the New Public Charge Rule on O and P Petitions
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