Our Founder, Marco Scanu, Invited Panelist at the Catholic Legal Service's Conference
The United States’ immigration policy is ever-changing; looking past election year promises and to the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services’ (USCIS) expectations requires ongoing research and dutiful attention.
Because of these facts, along with Visa Business Plans’ track record drafting custom-written, visa-specific business plans over the past decade, the company’s Principal, Marco Scanu, was recently invited to be a panelist at the Catholic Legal Services’ annual interactive Continuing Legal Education (CLE) conference.
The panel was convened to discuss the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services’ (USCIS) adjudication standards, and provided attendees, of which most were attorneys, the chance to ask the panelists questions about specific cases, regulations, and glean expert opinions from some of the nation’s pre-eminent immigration experts.
As the only non-attorney participating in the panel, Mr. Scanu was joined onstage with Jeff Bernstein, Esq; Michael Harris, Esq; and Jacob Ratzan, Esq. The topics they covered included the advantages and limitations of L-1B, what you need to prove for the USCIS to approve a L-1A petition for a small company, what alternatives are there to companies not strong enough for a L-1A extension, and the use of Business Plans for each type of visa.