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Curriculum For "Immigration For The Spirit, Body, And Soul: Entertainers/Artists/Athletes, Chefs/Cooks, Religious Workers"

The curriculum for "Immigration For The Spirit, Body, And Soul: Entertainers/Artists/ Athletes, Chefs/Cooks, Religious Workers" is as follows:

FIRST Phone Session on August 27:    Entertainers, Artists and Athletes

1. The Non-Immigrant Categories

  • O-1 Individuals of Extraordinary Ability
    • Meeting the evidence tests to show one is "extraordinary"
    • Dealing with peer group consultations
    • Special standards for motion picture and television productions
    • Dual intent issues
  • P Visas for Performing Athletes and Entertainers
    • When to file a P-1 case instead of an O-1
    • Special rules for circus performers
    • Dual intent and consultation issues
    • P-2 visas for performers using exchange programs
    • P-3 visas for culturally unique performer
  • Q-1 visas for Cultural Exchange Visitors
  • Other potential NIV categories for artists and entertainers

2. Immigrant Visas

  • EB-1 Extraordinary Ability in the Arts and Athletics
  • EB-2 National Interest Cases
  • EB-2 Schedule A, Group II Cases for Exceptional Ability Applicants
  • Other potential IV categories for artists and entertainers

SECOND Phone Session on September 15:    Hospitality Workers

1. Non-Immigrant Options for Chefs, Cooks and other hospitality workers

  • B-1 visas for domestic employees
  • E-2 visas for owners, executives, managers and specialized employees of foreign-owned hotels and restaurants
  • H-1B visas for management level chefs and hospitality management employees
  • H-2B visas for temporary and seasonal employees
  • J-1 trainees
  • L-1 intracompany transfers
  • O-1s for outstanding chefs and distinguished managers
  • TN visas for hotel managers
  • H-3 trainees

2. Green Card Options for Chefs, Cooks and other hospitality workers

  • EB-1 Multinational Managers
  • EB-1 Extraordinary Ability chefs and manager
  • Labor Certifications for "foreign specialty" cooks and chef and hospitality management employees

THIRD Phone Session on October 9:    Religious Workers

1. R-1 Nonimmigrant Religious Workers

  • Key requirements
  • What is a religious denomination?
  • What types of religious workers qualify?
  • The 501(c)(3) requirement
  • Experience requirements
  • The application process
  • Dual intent issues
  • Pay requirements

2. EB-4 Immigrant Visas for Religious Workers

  • Key requirements
  • How does the EB-4 category differ from the R-1 visa?
  • Can volunteers qualify?
  • What types of religious workers qualify?
  • How can a church show it has the ability to pay?
  • The application process
  • Sunset provisions

3. Other possible strategies

The deadline to register is Thursday, September 11th. For more info, including detailed curriculum, speaker bios, and registration information, please see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/august2003.shtm. For the fax version, please see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/august2003.pdf



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