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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration


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by Chris Musillo

MU's Chris Musillo is one of the three presenting faculty members for the American Immigration Lawyers Association's September 13, 2011 teleconference on Consular Issues impacting Immigration: India, Philippines, and China. Chris will be speaking on hot issues effecting processing at the US Embassy inManila.

From the AILA new release:

Which are the consular posts that process the highest volume of visa applications? What are the most common issues visa applicants and their attorneys face when dealing with these posts? Are there ways to minimize the stress involved in processing H-1Bs and Blanket L and individual L-1 applications?

The seminar wraps up with a Q&A session and will cover the following topics:

  • Common Issues with H-1B, Blanket L and Individual L Applications at Post India

  • Common Issues Faced by Applicants In Consular Posts In China

  • Overcoming 214(b) at American Embassy in Manila When Seeking a Visa to Take a Licensing Exam

  • How to Deal with Delays Caused by Administrative Processing

To register for this teleconference, please visit the AILA website. The teleconference is approved for CLE credits in most states.

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  1. Rodrigo's Avatar
    Is not going to affect your pieotitn as long you meet now the uscis requirements for sponsorship.The only problem is that you will be required to present the last couples of Tax returns and they can argue that historically you have no stability to support your spouse, if that is the case you will have to present a co-sponsor, who can be any citizen or permanent resident who meet the requirements.Are you a citizen or a permanent resident?The uscis is really more concerned about criminal background and political affiliations, but if you are a citizen is more about your spouse than yours
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