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Practice Pointer: Observations on the October 2020 Visa Bulletin
Practice Pointer: Observations on the October 2020 Visa Bulletin

AILA’s DOS Liaison Committee has been unable to interview Charlie Oppenheim this month, and therefore in lieu of a Check-In with Charlie column, the DOS Liaison Committee provides the following observations and practice considerations regarding the October 2020 Visa Bulletin...

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