MK Shareholder attorney Jan Pederson will be presenting "Representation of Cients in the Nonimmigratn Visa Process at Consular Posts" for attorneys seeking both knowledge of this topic and CLE credits through Lawline.
A critical key to a successful visa petition which may be appled for at a consular post is not just preparation in accordance with applicable laws and USCIS regulations, but also familiarity with the specific policies and procedures of the consular post where the application may be made. Each consular post has the right to determine the parameters of attorney representation, including whether attorneys will be permitted to speak with a consular officer about a case; whether an attorney may be present at the visa interview and whether attorney prepared documents will be accepted and reviewed.
The objective of this course, presented by Jan Pederson, is to provide attorneys with basic knowledge and skills to effectively navigate the international waters of visa representation.
Date and Time:
January 31, 2017 4:00 PM (Eastern)
- Learn to bulletproof the Visa Petition in Business Cases
- Examine effective use of the DS-160 electronic universal visa application form
Explore common Issues in Visa Processing and the Search for Effective Solutions
- Identify the consular post where visa application should be made
- Determine strategies when the consular officer denies or revokes a visa
To register on Lawline (fee or membership required) click here
Recognized by The Washington Post as one of "seven leading lawyers" in Washington, D.C., Jan Pederson has been dedicated to the practice of immigration and nationality law for over twenty years. Ms.Pederson has successfully represented thousands of clients - including renowned physicians, Fortune 500 companies, television networks, entertainers, and healthcare providers of all sizes - and is masterful at resolving complex immigration issues.
Maggio Kattar's Committment to Education:
At Maggio Kattar, we believe that our area of legal expertise is made better by the sharing of information and expertise and have long been committed to providing education for the immigration law community through hosting community forums, and providing course content and instruction for the local bar association and other attorney learning resources.