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Four Klasko Immigration Law Attorneys Participate at AILA 2017 Annual Conference


Four Klasko Immigration Law Attorneys Participate at AILA 2017 Annual Conference

Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP partners H. Ronald Klasko, William A. Stock, Elise A. Fialkowski, and associate Andrew Zeltner participated in the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s (AILA) 2017 Annual Conference June 21-24, 2017. Mr. Klasko participated as discussion leader in an advanced-level roundtable discussion about the major changes in the EB-5 program and presented strategies to overcome the issues. Mr. Stock participated in a strategy session on hot topics with other AILA National Officers, and also presented on the ever-changing landscape in practicing immigration law. Ms. Fialkowski presented on an all-levels panel about the key issues that U.S. practitioners should be concerned about regarding global immigration. Mr. Zeltner participated on an intermediate-level panel about how to maintain LPR status when assigned or choosing to live abroad temporarily.

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