Global Migration Section Quarterly Call (February 2023)

Global Migration Section Quarterly Call (February 2023)

Event Date: 02/22/2023
Format Length CLE Eligible
Zoom Webinar TBD No

The AILA Global Migration Section (GMS) welcomes you to its first Quarterly Section Call of 2023, featuring a joint discussion with the AILA overseas chapters about U.S. Third Country National (TCN) visa processing. This call will feature a number of International Associates from “hot” TCN jurisdictions who will discuss the entry and visa requirements of their respective jurisdictions. The section will also provide updates and field questions from participants.

Featured Topics

  • TCN-friendly U.S. consulates
  • Visa requirements for TCN-friendly countries
  • COVID compliance protocols for entry
  • Best strategies for TCN processing
  • Specific TCN jurisdictions, including Germany, Poland, the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Singapore, among others

Though developed for AILA Global Migration Section members, this meeting is open to all AILA members.

Though developed for Global Migration Section members, this meeting is open to all AILA members. Joining the Global Migration Section is easy and there is no application needed. Simply go to My AILA and select "Update Sections" under the My Membership questions.

Asia-Pacific Chapter

  • Van Ngo, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (Moderator)
  • Kerry Hough, London, UK (Covering Singapore & other APAC countries)

Latin America and Caribbean Chapter

  • Ramon Curiel, AILA CBP Liaison Committee Chair, San Antonio, TX (Moderator)
  • Gabriela Lessa, AILA Global Migration Section Steering Committee, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Rodrigo Tannus, Bogota, Colombia

Rome District Chapter

  • Olivia McLaren, AILA Online Course Review Committee/AILA Publications Committee, Edinburgh, Scotland (Moderator)
  • Gunther Mävers, Cologne, Germany
  • Sara Rebolo, Lison, Portugal
  • Karolina Schiffter, Warsaw, Poland
  • Ben Sheldrick, London, United Kingdom

The speaker's/author's views do not necessarily represent the views of AILA, nor do they constitute legal advice or representation. Practice tips provided are based on the speaker's/author's experiences and the current state of the law. Please be sure to conduct legal research and analysis for your unique situation as the law changes quickly and experiences may differ from your own.