Alice Yardum-Hunter has delivered more than 40 talks and published over 25 articles, mostly on various business immigration topics. Her speeches have varied widely in regard to venue and audience, from lawyers to students and from the local to international levels.

She edited two books for the American Immigration Lawyers Association: A Sampler for Current Practice: Writings and Agency Materials, California Chapters Conference Handbook (1997) and Representing Professionals Before the Department of Labor (1992). She also authored a chapter in's Consular Posts Book.

Alice Yardum-Hunter created legal precedence a number of times in her career. First, through her work on a H-1B case, the Administrative Appeals Office of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service (now titled, "Citizenship and Immigration Services") published a decision in 1990 holding the field of Purchasing Management is a specialty occupation for H-1B purpose. Second, because of her correspondence with William Ho-Gonzalez, then General Counsel of United States Immigration and Naturalization Service in 1993, a still existing "gold standard" of permissible, non-discriminatory nationality inquiry of any job applicants was established by the United States Department of Labor. Finally, in part because of her 1998 correspondence with former Congressman Brian P. Bilbray (CA-49th District), new legislation was passed and signed into law which increased the amount of H-1B visas, provided for 10,000 scholarships per year in STEM for low-income students, and established job training for thousands of Americans. 

List of Published Articles:

Attorneys’ Guide to H-1B Visas” article for the San Fernando Valley Bar Association webpage, March 2013 Edition

A Primer on U.S. Immigration Law: Basic Concepts and Deciding to Become an Immigration Attorney” article for the Continuing Legal Education division of the American Bar Association, November 16, 2010

Consular Processing at the U.S. Embassy, Yerevan, Armenia” article in The Consular Posts Book,, 2009-2010 Edition, Armenia chapter

PERM Immigration Program Makes Progress, But How Much?” article for, August 22, 2005

Immigration…What’s the Latest in a Realm of Many Changes?” article for PIHRASCOPE, June 2004

Nonimmigrant Employment Visa Wave, Now a Low Tide” article for Century City Bar Association, in Century City Lawyer, January 2004 Edition

No College Degree, No H-1B – Not! Substitutes for Formal Education” article for, October 2, 2003

’X’ Marks the Spot: The Nexus Between Requirements & Duties in H-1B Specialty Occupation Job Offers” article for, August 27, 2003

Special Registration Required by Immigration Authorities” article for Los Angeles County Bar Association, in Immigration Section Newsletter, Volume 3, Spring 2003

Special Registration Required by Immigration Authorities” article for PIHRASCOPE, April 2003

Diversity Within You and Me” article for PIHRASCOPE, April 2002

Foreign Professionals: Maybe a Rare Commodity” article for National Association of Women Business Owners, July-August 1999 Newsletter

H-1B Visa Cap Threatens to Stall High Tech Firms” article for the Society for Human Resource Management, published in HR News May 1998

H-1B Crisis Nearing the Edge” article for the Society of Human Resource Specialists, February 1, 1998 Newsletter

New Immigration Law Poses Major Obstacles for Aliens” article for Los Angeles Lawyer, July – August 1997 Edition (with clarification in the October 1997 Edition) 

Immigration: The Double Edged Sword” article for Legal Specialization Digest, Fall 1994 Edition

Navigating Through the Hostile Waters of Labor Certification” article for U.S. Immigrant, Volume 2, No. 6, June 1-30, 1994

Permanent Residence through Labor Certification” brochure for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, 1993

 “Professionals Working in the United States: H-1B Temporary Worker Visa” brochure for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, 1993

 “How Citizens of Third Countries Can Live in the United States and Conduct Business in Mexico” article for Twin Plant News, Volume 3, No. 5, December 1987

Immigration Issues: Preliminary Working Draft of Proposed Implementing Regulations on New Immigration Act Released” article for Unico National, 1987

Sure I Want to Immigrate My Family, But Must I Wait So Long?” article for Free Mabuhay Times, Volume II, No. 9, April 1985

Do I Need to Be a Citizen to Immigrate My Family?” article for Middle Eastern World, 1985 

Why on Earth Does It Take So Long? (To Immigrate, That Is)” article as part of the “Immigration Issues” column series for Union Jack, 1985 – 1988

Transfers of Foreign Personnel into the U.S.” article for World Trade Association, 1982

List of Speeches:

“Family Based Immigrant Visas,” teleconference with – December 23, 2014

How to Make Your Workforce Lawful – The Legal Analysis in the Face of Employer Sanctions,” presented at the Provisors Valley Human Capital Group – September 17, 2014 

H-1B: How to Prep a Solid Case – Fast,” presented at the Beverly Hills Bar Association – March 14, 2014

Consular Processing for Experts,” presented at the Bureau of Consular Affairs for – November 27, 2013

Nuts and Bolts of H-1B Status,” presented at the Los Angeles County Bar Association – March 5, 2013

Immigration 101: Ethics and Business Immigration,” presented for the International Law Section, State Bar of California – January 23, 2013

EB-2 Exceptional Ability and National Interest Waivers,” presented as part of the Continuing Legal Education seminar, “A Survey of Immigration Issues Confronting Business Clients,” for the Armenian Bar Association at the Phoenicia – September 13, 2012 

“Dual Representation, Waiver of Privilege, Potential and Actual Conflicts of Interest, and Attorney Duty Regarding Zealous Representation,” presented to the Ethics Section, State Bar of California – July 12, 2012

Updates & Hot Topics in U.S. Immigration Law,” presented to the Orange County Korean American Bar Association – April 28, 2012

What’s New in U.S. Immigration?” presented at the American Australian Association, June 30, 2011

Marketing for the Reluctant: Getting to ‘I Market,’” presented at a “Mastermind” session on the topic of “New Business” – May 21, 2011

Immigration Dreaming: Beyond the DREAM Act,” presented at the Provisors, Encino II monthly meeting – January 26, 2011

A Primer on U.S. Immigration Law, Issue Spotting, Hypotheticals, and Deciding to Become an Immigration Attorney,” presented as part of a moderated panel at the American Bar Association – November 16, 2010

Family & Business Petitions for Adjustment of Status,” presented as part of The ABCs of Immigration: A Run Through the Immigration Gauntlet at the Beverly Hills Bar Association – November 5, 2010

“Immigration Gestalt, Options and Updates,” presented at the American Australian Association – March 23, 2010

Immigration Issues: Paradigm Shift from Business as Usual,” presented as part of the “Legal Update” for PIHRA – January 12, 2010

“O-1s for Extraordinary Scientists and Business Persons,” presented as an audio seminar for the American Immigration Lawyers Association – December 10, 2009

A Primer on U.S. Immigration Law, Issue Spotting, Hypotheticals, and Deciding to Become an Immigration Attorney,” presented at the American Bar Association – October 16, 2009

Immigrating to the U.S. for Canadians and Processing through the U.S. Embassy in Yerevan, Armenia,” presented at the Armenian Bar Association in Toronto, Canada – October 3, 2009

Consular Posts: Know Your Red Flags and At-Risk Clients. Do Your Due Diligence Like Your Career Depends on It,” teleconference with – July 16, 2009

Back to School III: Amendments to E-Verify – At a Glance,” teleconference with – October 30, 2008

Waivers: Fraud and Medical,” presented at the American Immigration Lawyers Association Monthly Meeting, concerning the topic of “Advanced Issues in Family Processing” – September 24, 2008

Back to School II: STEM Extension OPTs Must Work for E-Verify Employers: What E-Verify Means, the Pros and Cons for STEM OPTs and How It Works,” teleconference with – September 11, 2008

Back to School: Immigration Issues for Students and Universities,” teleconference with – August 21, 2008

Alternatives to H-1B,” Moderated seminar to the Immigration Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Professionals in Human Resources Association – February 9, 2008

Updates in and Influences on Immigration Law for the Non-Immigration Lawyer,” presented at the Armenian Bar Association’s Semi-annual Conference in Philadelphia – October 28, 2006

Historic Immigration Debate: Will Professionals, Skilled and Unskilled Workers Continue to be Unable to Enter the U.S. Legally?” presented for PIHRA District 9 – December 8, 2005

Immigration Concerns and Exciting Times,” presented as a discussion for the Capistrano Valley Republican Women, Federated – February 16, 2005

Immigration Update: From I-9s to 9/11 Issues,” presented for PIHRA District 8 – June 12, 2003

H-1Bs,” presented as part of the seminar NIVs for Professionals, Managers, and Specialized Knowledge Workers – An Introduction to H-1B, L-1 and TN Visas at the Los Angeles County Bar Association – October 19, 2002

Preparing to Practice Law as a Solo Practitioner,” presented at Loyola Marymount University Law School – December 20, 2001

A Conceptual Framework of Immigration Options for Australians in the U.S.,” presented at the Australian American Chamber of Commerce – October 14, 2000

The Chinese People and U.S. Immigration Law,” presented at Rio Hondo Community College – September 13, 2000

Employment and Family Visas to the U.S.,” presented as a chat discussion – March 14, 2000

Recent Immigration Updates,” presented to Canadians Abroad – February 9, 2000

Immigration Panel Discussion – Your Questions Answered” for Canadians Abroad – November 9, 1999

U.S. Immigration Law and Armenian Women,” presented at the Armenian International Women’s Association Conference in Paris, France – June 1, 1997

Immigration Status and Procedures for Graduating College Students and Scholars,” presented at the University of California Los Angeles – May 28, 1997