Megan Kludt – Immigration lawyer
Topic: Visa Options Beyond the F or J
Date: June 29, 2017
Location: RGGS Teaching Lab
Time: 2:00pm to 3:00pm
We will discuss the range of temporary working visas that can used after an F or J, and also the different types of permanent residence (“green card”) applications available to researchers, including self-petitions. We will also discuss how to address visa options with a potential employer, when to begin the process, and how to coordinate international travel.
Megan E. Kludt, Esq.
Megan Kludt specializes in complex immigration cases in the areas of business, academia, scientific research, and the arts. She has given presentations at academic institutions and spoken at local panels, and she has co-authored several articles on immigration topics, including the National Interest Waiver green card process and litigation in the context of employment-based immigration. Ms. Kludt holds a BS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University, a Master of International Relations from Boston University, and a JD with an international concentration from Boston University School of Law. She is a member of American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Massachusetts Bar Association, and the state bars of Massachusetts, Michigan and the U.S. District Courts for the state of Massachusetts.
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