Blush. It’s an honor that LawAndBorder.com has been selected for a 2012 Danwei Model Worker Award. Danwei is a Chinese media and internet research firm that each year recognizes the best specialist websites, blogs and online sources of information about China.
AmCham China hosts a briefing, “Update on U.S. Visa Issues in China,” with immigration attorney Gary Chodorow and Scott Oudkirk, Deputy Consul General at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. It will take place Friday, June 15.
AmCham China has just published its 2012 White Paper. Here’s a brief introduction to the chapter on visa policy, which I co-authored:
Attorney Gary Chodorow will be a speaker at an upcoming panel discussion at the American Chamber of Commerce-China, “Visas for Training in the U.S.” The event will take place Wed., Oct. 20, at 3:30pm, at AmCham-China’s Beijing conference center. The panel will discuss the various visa options for how companies can send staff members to… Continue reading Upcoming Event: “Visas for Training in the U.S.”
It was my pleasure to participate in a debate today on China Radio International’s “Beyond Beijing” program, hosted by Chris Gelkin. The program covered U.S. comprehensive immigration reform proposals and Arizona’s new immigration law. The most controversial areas we covered were the costs of undocumented immigration; proposals for a national ID card and earned legalization;… Continue reading Gary Chodorow Debates Comprehensive Immigration Reform and the Arizona Immigration Law on China Radio International
The American Chamber of Commerce-China has just released its 2010 White Paper on the state of business in China. It was my pleasure to this year again participate in drafting the chapter on visa policy. This year, for the first time, the chapter addresses not just U.S. but also China visa policy. The White Paper… Continue reading AmCham-China Recommends Changes to U.S. and China Visa Policy
It was my pleasure to write a chapter for the new book, The Visa Processing Guide & Consular Posts Handbook (2009-2010), published by the American Immigration Lawyer’s Association (AILA). This 800-page reference book for immigration lawyers provides insight on procedures and strategies for consular processing of U.S. nonimmigrant and immigrant visas. More information is available… Continue reading New Book: The Visa Processing Guide & Consular Posts Handbook
The American Chamber of Commerce-China has just released its 2009 White Paper on the state of business in China. It was my pleasure to this year again draft the chapter on U.S. Visa Policy. The White Paper is based on the views and experiences of AmCham members working and living in China. It gives recommendations… Continue reading AmCham-China 2009 White Paper
America welcomes you! The American Chamber of Commerce-China, with the participation of the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, has released Travel USA 101, a Chinese-language DVD explaining how travelers to the U.S. can apply for visas, and the best places to visit, shop, and party in the U.S. If you would like a copy of the… Continue reading Free DVD—Travel USA 101