Immigration Attorney to Share Advice for International Students

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A nationally recognized immigration attorney will be on campus March 14-16 hosting workshops and providing free consultations for international students interested in learning more about the United States immigration process.

Art Serratelli has been practicing law since 1993. He advises organizations and individuals on employment-based and family-based immigration law matters, drawing on his strong liberal arts education at Georgetown, his business background as a CPA and MBA, and his study of government administrative law in Washington, D.C.

Serratelli will be offering free 20-minute consultations with students on March 14-16.

To set up a March 14 consultation, students should contact Grace Tjoclinton at gmonk@uark.edu. Those consultations will take place in Holcomb Hall 104 in the International Students and Scholars Office.

For a March 15 or 16 consultation, contact Xue Lee at xlee@walton.uark.edu. Those consultations will take place in Willard J. Walker Hall 226 in the Walton Career Services Office.

Serratelli will also host several workshops during his visit:

  • Wednesday, March 14, noon to 1:30 p.m. at Willard J. Walker Hall 203
    Lunch and Learn — "Maximize Your H-1B Chances and What to Do If You Don't Get One – 12 Visa Choices"
    Lunch will be provided, so you must RSVP to reserve a spot at app.joinhandshake.com/events/133555
  • Thursday, March 15, noon to 1:30 p.m. at Willard J. Walker Hall 203
    Lecture — "Maximize Your H-1B Chances and What to Do If You Don't Get One – 12 Visa Choices"

    Please RSVP to reserve a spot at uark.joinhandshake.com/events/134203
  • Friday, March 16, 10-11:30 a.m. at Reynolds Center 103 - Seminar At
    Lecture — "Maximize Your H-1B Chances and What to Do If You Don't Get One – 12 Visa Choices"
    Please RSVP to reserve a spot at uark.joinhandshake.com/events/134207

For questions, please contact:

  • Xue Lee, Walton Career Services career coach: xlee@walton.uark.edu or (479) 575-5169
  • Grace Tjoclinton, International Students and Scholars foreign student adviser: gmonk@uark.edu
  • Brian Henderson, director of employer relations in College of Engineering: bwhender@uark.edu

 

Contacts

Brian Henderson, director of employer relations
College of Engineering
479-575-6265, bwhender@uark.edu

Nick DeMoss, director of communications
College of Engineering
479-575-5697, ndemoss@uark.edu

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