The New L-1B

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For years, the USCIS’ standards for L-1B petitions were set out in two intra-agency memos. However, on July 22, 2008, the USCIS issued a 43-page denial of an L-1B “Specialized Knowledge Worker” petition for IBM. This decision, handed down by the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), attacked case precedent and government agency interpretive decisions and memos in defining the terms “specialized” or “advanced” knowledge.

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