Overcoming Hurdles In Consular Processing: Visa Procedures, Security Checks & The TAL
The curriculum for our new seminar "Overcoming Hurdles In Consular Processing: Visa Procedures, Security Checks & The TAL" is as follows:
FIRST Phone Session on March 24:
Applying for Visas - Are the Procedures Still the Same?
ii. Can TCN’s still apply?
iii. Can List of 26 or T-7 TCN’s still apply?
iv. Changes to the Automatic Revalidation Rule – what happens if the visa is not issued – is my Client Stuck Outside the U.S.?
v. When should you Consider Border Post in Canada/Mexico over Processing in Home Country?
vi. TCN E-1/E-2 Treaty Trader and Investor Visas Applying for Visas in Home Country
SECOND Phone Session on April 22:
Navigating Through the Maze of Security Checks and Special Issues that Warrant Attention
i. Biometrics in US visas – how does this impact visa processing?
ii. US VISIT
iii. Biometric requirements and the Visa Waiver program
ii. Applying for a visa after failing to register on departure from the U.S.
iii. Unlawful presence and 222(g) concerns
2. 222(g) versus 3/10 year bars
THIRD Phone Session on May 13:
Visas Mantis Hits and the Technology Alert List – Why Scientists, Academics, Researchers, Engineers and Hi-Tech Professionals Should Be Concerned
ii. What is a deemed export?
iii. What sorts of technologies are covered by export control regulations?
iv. Applying for a License
v. Basic compliance procedures that every company should have
The deadline to register is Monday, March 22nd. For more info, including detailed curriculum, speaker bios, and registration information, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/march2004.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/march2004.pdf.)