In this update to his original course, attorney Michael Cataliotti, provides an overview of the P-visa, from the parties involved with each petition and the different sub-categories to the necessary elements for a successful adjudication.
Within the array of visas available for Sports and Entertainment immigration, the P-visa is by far one of the most frequently utilized classifications for athletes and entertainers. Broken down into two primary subclasses that cater directly to these two types of beneficiaries - among others, which will also be discussed - it is important for the practitioner who handles immigration, entertainment, or even corporate work to have a basic understanding of this sought-after status. Understanding the fundamentals will allow the attorney to advise properly the athlete trying to make training day, the music group needing to rehearse in preparation for the big tour, or the venue owner/booking agent seeking talent.
This course is pre-approved for CLE credit in the following states. If your state is not listed, contact support for more information on how to receive credit
Michael Cataliotti, Esq. is an attorney who has worked with and advised businesses from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups, as well as prominent athletes, artists, entertainers, and entrepreneurs, such as international media conglomerates, BMG North America, Music at Work B.V., Lena Erziak, CB Insights, BotFactory Inc., Al Jazeera America, and TextIQ.
A graduate of Hofstra University and St. John’s University School of Law, Michael specializes in advising individuals and entities from such industries as sports, music, fashion, film, television, art, sciences, and technology about how to reach their respective corporate and immigration goals.
Michael is admitted to practice in New York and is a regular contributor to the New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Journal; a faculty member at Lawline CLE; a frequent speaker on the topics of corporate transactions, sports and entertainment immigration, and entrepreneurship; a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) where he is an active participant on several committees; and was most recently recognized as one of Super Lawyers’ “Rising Stars” in 2018. He is frequently contacted by other attorneys for advice and guidance regarding complex business immigration matters and corporate structuring.
I thought the presenter was excellent.
That was a fantastic CLE. Mr. Cattaliotti was informative and organized, while the side comments and examples made my day. Very well done, sir. I'd work with you any day.
Very useful and excellent presentation!
Completely foreign to my practice but very interesting and new
Presenter very knowledgeable. Conveyed information in an easily understood manner.
I absolutely loved the presenter!!!! He kept everything super interesting.
Good point at the end about family vs. business immigration expertise.
Interesting topic, great lecturer
Clear & concise. Great presentation.
very entertaining and interesting
This was one of the more interesting CLE offerings I’ve taken. I took it initially because I needed the live credit but the speaker was very engaging and I found I enjoyed it!
Presenter was great and entertaining!
Really interesting. Great presenter.
Good interaction with viewers with questions
This presenter is one of your best. Bring him back for more!
This guy has a great suit.