MLF Attorneys Share Their Knowledge at AILA Conference

Several Murthy Law Firm attorneys provided mentoring and guidance to fellow immigration lawyers at the annual conference held by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) DC Chapter on October 22, 2014. The title of this year’s conference was Immigration is Not a Game, but We Can Help You Win! – a theme that ran through all of the presentations and panels. The conference was split into two separate tracks, or sets of panels: one focused on employment-based immigration issues, and the other on removal (i.e. deportation) defense. The MLF attorneys who participated were all involved with the business immigration track.

The Murthy Law Firm’s managing attorney, Aron Finkelstein, served on a panel that discussed recent key developments related to the labor certification process. Next, MLF attorney Khorzad Mehta was a speaker in a seminar focused on various legal issues surrounding employment-based green card cases. Finally, MLF attorney Brian Green moderated a discussion on how employers can prepare for Fraud Detection and National Security Directorate (FDNS) site visits, I-9 audits conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and audits from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) of public access files.

The Murthy Law Firm employs some of the most well-regarded immigration attorneys in the nation. To that end, we are always pleased and humbled when invited to share our knowledge on immigration matters with our colleagues. We are also available to the general public via MurthyDotComMurthyChat, the MurthyBulletin, the MurthyForum, and the array of other free services provided by the firm, and, of course, our attorneys are also available for paid consultations, to advise foreign nationals or employers on the nuances of a situation. We further use these seminars to gain insight and different perspectives from other respected professionals in the field.

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