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Getting to ‘Extraordinary’ in the O and P Context for Not So Ordinary Occupations

Gaylord National Resort in National Harbor
June 20, 2015
2:45 pm

Fuji Whittenburg will be speaking on a panel at the 2015 AILA Annual Conference on Immigration Law on “Getting to ‘Extraordinary’ in the O and P Context for Not So Ordinary Occupations.”

This practical session will focus on the unique challenges associated with obtaining O and P visas for artists, entertainers, and athletes who are in unusual, non-traditional, or out-of-the-mainstream fields/occupations. Obtaining an O or P visa for individuals and groups that grace the cover of People magazine or Sports Illustrated can be straightforward. But how do you go about putting together a successful case for those—such as for triathletes, stunt persons, motocross riders, comedians, magicians, adult entertainers, and others—who might be extraordinary in a lesser known field?

This session will explore best practices for those more challenging O and P cases. Topics covered will include:

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