Topic: Employment-based Immigration through National Interest Waivers
Learn how foreign nationals can immigrate to the U.S. through an EB-2 national interest waiver, if they can demonstrate they possess exceptional ability or have an advanced degree. The Labor Certification requirement is waived, so employer sponsorship is not required, but the proposed employment in the United States must greatly benefit the nation.
Patricia Minikon, Esq.
Minikon Law, LLC
Patricia B. Minikon has practiced immigration law for more than 25 years and is the founder of Minikon Law, LLC, in Greenbelt, Maryland. Her practice areas are family immigration, removal defense, business immigration, and humanitarian relief. She has litigated cases in Federal court, the Immigration Courts, and the Board of Immigration Appeals. She served as an Adjunct Professor of Immigration Law at Penn State Dickinson Law School and the University of Maryland University College. She is the past chair of AILA DC Chapter’s Maryland State Bar Association Liaison Committee and the AIC Writing Contest Committee. She is also a member of the Immigration Council of the Maryland State Bar Association. She is a frequent speaker on immigration law and policy before bar and community groups.
$0 Immigration Section Members (price will be reflected in your cart)
$5 Non-Section Members
$10 Non-MSBA Members
This is informational only and no CLE credit will be offered for the surrounding MCLE states.