Immigration attorneys Christine Alden, Gina Polo and Olivia Minnis will present at the AILA South Florida Chapter's 41st Annual Immigration Law Update on Feb. 27-28. Christine worked hard to plan and oversee the event, and will provide opening remarks.
In addition to opening remarks, Christine will be a panelist for the plenary session, "Come Together - Hot Topics."
Olivia Minnis will be a panelist on "Simply the Best - The Extraordinary, Exceptional and in the National Interest," which will discuss:
Who is really extraordinary or exceptional?
Who is the petitioner?
Consultation and screening the applicant
How to prepare a case and best practices
Gina Polo will lead the panel, "Shake it Off - Expect the Unexpected," which will discuss:
Managing client expectations
How to bill in these times of lengthy adjudications
How to deal with USCIS in a time when communications and Infopass is limited
How to make time for emergencies when your schedule is already overstretched
How to manage your schedule when everything immigration-related takes longer and more effort
Stress and anxiety management for yourself, your staff and your clients