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Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP Attorneys Participate in the 2010 American Immigration Lawyers Association Annual Conference


Klasko Law attorneys participated and presented at the 2010 American Immigration Lawyers Association Annual Conference in Washington, DC from June 30 – July 3, 2010. This annual gathering is the premier conference on immigration law in the country.  The following is a brief synopsis of each of the respective sessions our attorneys participated in:

On June 30, 2010, Elise Fialkowski served as a panelist for the session “Doing the Math: Reading Business and Financial Documents.” This panel discussed what every immigration lawyer needs to know about the most common financial documents for public, private and non-profit companies and how to effectively use financial documentation to strengthen and effectively support both immigrant and non-immigrant visa applications.

On July 3, 2010, Bill Stock shared his expertise in defending clients against Department of Labor enforcement actions in a panel called “Taking the Initiative: Preparing to Defend and LCA Audit.”

Also on July 3, 2010, Ron Klasko led a panel entitled “EB-5: Investing in America, Creating Jobs.”  Ron explained how to choose between the EB-5 immigrant visa and other immigration options, how to choose between individual and regional center EB-5s, risks for regional center investors, and issues and problems in removal of conditions from the investor’s green card.

If you would like more information on any of the above topics or copies of the articles prepared in connection with these sessions, please contact the respective speakers.

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