Hasta La Visa, Baby Episode 15: I Pierced the Toast! – The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 with Agador from The Birdc

In this episode, Shai and Roderick check out what’s going on in South Beach, Miami. Apart from the clubs, beaches, sports cars, and Mojitos, they discuss what kind of U.S. Immigration regulations could have enabled the loveable character known as Agador, from the 1996 comedy The Birdcage, to achieve legal status in the U.S.

The immigration principles they will explore include key provisions of The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Plus, our co-hosts reminisce about their own drag club experiences and bring in a special guest for some rapid fire hot takes and to break down the awful and selfish behavior of the characters known as Val and Barbara.

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About the Hasta La Visa, Baby Podcast

The Hasta La Visa, Baby podcast presents real world U.S. immigration law concepts in a fun and unique  format. This series is a deep-dive into the relationship between U.S. immigration law and fictitious characters from popular television shows and films. Hosted by Gibney Immigration Group attorneys Shai Dayan and Roderick Potts, each episode focuses on a featured character from a well-known show or film and guides listeners through an in-depth and entertaining exploration into the possible U.S. visa status that the character may have held while in the U.S.

 

Hasta La Visa, Baby Episode 14: No Mr. Bond, I Expect You to Die – Domestic Service Worker Visas with Oddjob from 007: Goldfinger

In this episode, Shai and Roderick figure out what type of U.S. visa one of the most famous henchman in the James Bond franchise would have needed to act as Servant, Chauffeur, Caddy, and Body Guard to all-time great Bond Villain, Auric Goldfinger.

The visa principles they will explore include the B-1 Domestic Service Worker Visa. Plus, our co-hosts count down the best Bond movies ever made, give their recommendations for the next actor to play James Bond, and talk James Bond watches and cars.

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About the Hasta La Visa, Baby Podcast

The Hasta La Visa, Baby podcast presents real world U.S. immigration law concepts in a fun and unique  format. This series is a deep-dive into the relationship between U.S. immigration law and fictitious characters from popular television shows and films. Hosted by Gibney Immigration Group attorneys Shai Dayan and Roderick Potts, each episode focuses on a featured character from a well-known show or film and guides listeners through an in-depth and entertaining exploration into the possible U.S. visa status that the character may have held while in the U.S.

 

Hasta La Visa, Baby Episode 13: You’ve Got Mail – Volume 2

It’s time to check the pulse of Hasta La Visa, Baby fans by answering listener questions. In addition to revisiting episodes centering on The Sopranos, The White Lotus, Friends, Austin Powers, and The Karate Kid, Shai and Roderick share their insights regarding a variety of visa categories. Plus, do cats and dogs need visas to get to the U.S.?

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About the Hasta La Visa, Baby Podcast

The Hasta La Visa, Baby podcast presents real world U.S. immigration law concepts in a fun and unique  format. This series is a deep-dive into the relationship between U.S. immigration law and fictitious characters from popular television shows and films. Hosted by Gibney Immigration Group attorneys Shai Dayan and Roderick Potts, each episode focuses on a featured character from a well-known show or film and guides listeners through an in-depth and entertaining exploration into the possible U.S. visa status that the character may have held while in the U.S.

 

Hasta La Visa, Baby Episode 12: Ho Ho Ho! – Religious Worker Visas, Business Visitor Visas and Santa Claus

In this episode, Shai and Roderick spread the holiday joy by discussing how Santa Claus could legally touch down on U.S. soil once a year to deliver presents by way of chimneys.

The visa principles they will explore include the R-1 Nonimmigrant Religious Worker Visa and permissible Business Visitor Visa activities. Plus, our co-hosts discuss their favorite holiday movies of all time.

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About the Hasta La Visa, Baby Podcast

The Hasta La Visa, Baby podcast presents real world U.S. immigration law concepts in a fun and unique  format. This series is a deep-dive into the relationship between U.S. immigration law and fictitious characters from popular television shows and films. Hosted by Gibney Immigration Group attorneys Shai Dayan and Roderick Potts, each episode focuses on a featured character from a well-known show or film and guides listeners through an in-depth and entertaining exploration into the possible U.S. visa status that the character may have held while in the U.S.

 

Hasta La Visa, Baby Episode 11: Bada Bing! – Trainee Visas with Furio from The Sopranos

In this episode, Shai and Roderick finally get made by discussing what kind of visa a Mafia enforcer from Italy named Furio could have had during his integral run on the HBO all-time classic drama, The Sopranos. The immigration principles they will explore include the H-3 trainee visa classification. Plus, our co-hosts chat about their favorite organized crime focused television shows and movies.

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About the Hasta La Visa, Baby Podcast

The Hasta La Visa, Baby podcast presents real world U.S. immigration law concepts in a fun and unique  format. This series is a deep-dive into the relationship between U.S. immigration law and fictitious characters from popular television shows and films. Hosted by Gibney Immigration Group attorneys Shai Dayan and Roderick Potts, each episode focuses on a featured character from a well-known show or film and guides listeners through an in-depth and entertaining exploration into the possible U.S. visa status that the character may have held while in the U.S.

Hasta La Visa, Baby Episode 10: We Wanted the Pineapple Suite! – Specialty Occupation Visas for Australians with Armond from The White Lotus

In this episode, Shai and Roderick take a luxury vacation to Hawaii and analyze the critically acclaimed HBO show, The White Lotus. In addition to taking a dip in the plunge pool and getting SCUBA certified, they will figure out what type of U.S. visa status a freshly fallen off the wagon Australian hotel manager could have had. The visa principles they will explore include the E-3 classification and what the impact of getting fired may have on one’s U.S. visa status. Plus, our co-hosts discuss some strikingly similar qualities between Armond and a former episode’s character of focus.

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ABOUT THE HASTA LA VISA, BABY PODCAST

The Hasta La Visa, Baby podcast presents real world U.S. immigration law concepts in a fun and unique  format. This series is a deep-dive into the relationship between U.S. immigration law and fictitious characters from popular television shows and films. Hosted by Gibney Immigration Group attorneys Shai Dayan and Roderick Potts, each episode focuses on a featured character from a well-known show or film and guides listeners through an in-depth and entertaining exploration into the possible U.S. visa status that the character may have held while in the U.S.

Hasta La Visa, Baby Episode 9: Pivot! – Treaty Trader Visas with Paolo from Friends

In this episode, Shai and Roderick order in at Central Perk coffee shop to figure out what type of U.S. visa status Paolo, Rachel’s love interest in season 1 and season 2 of the all-time classic sitcom, Friends, could have possibly had. In addition to analyzing Paolo’s leather jackets, tight sweaters, and obnoxiously long hair, the Immigration principles they will cover include the E-1 Treaty Trader visa and Single Intent and Dual Intent visa status. Plus, Shai and Roderick debate Friends vs. Seinfeld. And, a very special guest…

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ABOUT THE HASTA LA VISA, BABY PODCAST

The Hasta La Visa, Baby podcast presents real world U.S. immigration law concepts in a fun and unique  format. This series is a deep-dive into the relationship between U.S. immigration law and fictitious characters from popular television shows and films. Hosted by Gibney Immigration Group attorneys Shai Dayan and Roderick Potts, each episode focuses on a featured character from a well-known show or film and guides listeners through an in-depth and entertaining exploration into the possible U.S. visa status that the character may have held while in the U.S.

Hasta La Visa, Baby Episode 8: I Said Good Day! – Student Visas and the Marriage Based Green Card Sponsorship Process with Fez from That ’70s Show

In this episode, Shai and Roderick hang out with the gang from the television comedy, That ’70s Show. They focus on Point Place, Wisconsin’s favorite foreign exchange student, Fez, played by Wilmer Valderama. In addition to exploring Fez’s obsession with candy, the immigration principles they will cover include: F-1 Student Visas, the J-1 Exchange Visitor Program, and the Marriage Based Green Card sponsorship process. Plus, Shai and Roderick reminisce about their favorite high school jobs.

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ABOUT THE HASTA LA VISA, BABY PODCAST

The Hasta La Visa, Baby podcast presents real world U.S. immigration law concepts in a fun and unique  format. This series is a deep-dive into the relationship between U.S. immigration law and fictitious characters from popular television shows and films. Hosted by Gibney Immigration Group attorneys Shai Dayan and Roderick Potts, each episode focuses on a featured character from a well-known show or film and guides listeners through an in-depth and entertaining exploration into the possible U.S. visa status that the character may have held while in the U.S.

Hasta La Visa, Baby Episode 7: Wax On, Wax Off – Lessons from and a History of Japanese Immigration to the U.S. through Mr. Myagi in The Karate Kid

In this episode, Shai and Roderick dive deep into 1984’s The Karate Kid. They specifically focus on how the character of Mr. Myagi allegedly immigrated from Japan to the U.S. during the 1940s. The Immigration and Nationality principles they will explore include Japanese U.S. Immigration history, the Immigration Act of 1924, the Immigration and Nationality Acts of 1952 and 1965, and Japanese internment camps during World War II. Plus, Shai and Roderick debate whether or not The Karate Kid movie sequels, re-make, and the television show spin-off, Cobra Kai, are any good.

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About the Hasta La Visa, Baby Podcast

The Hasta La Visa, Baby podcast presents real world U.S. immigration law concepts in a fun and unique  format. This series is a deep-dive into the relationship between U.S. immigration law and fictitious characters from popular television shows and films. Hosted by Gibney Immigration Group attorneys Shai Dayan and Roderick Potts, each episode focuses on a featured character from a well-known show or film and guides listeners through an in-depth and entertaining exploration into the possible U.S. visa status that the character may have held while in the U.S.

Hasta La Visa, Baby Podcast, Episode 6: You’ve Got Mail – Special Mailbag Episode

In this episode, Shai and Roderick talk lost episodes and answer listener questions. The Immigration principles they will explore in this episode include Intracompany Transferee Visas, Extraordinary Ability Visas, ESTA travelers, Green Card sponsorship, and Investor Visas, among other Immigration concepts. Plus, our co-hosts dig up salvageable audio regarding what made the 90s so great and all-time classic high school movies.

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About the Hasta La Visa, Baby Podcast

The Hasta La Visa, Baby podcast presents real world U.S. immigration law concepts in a fun and unique  format. This series is a deep-dive into the relationship between U.S. immigration law and fictitious characters from popular television shows and films. Hosted by Gibney Immigration Group attorneys Shai Dayan and Roderick Potts, each episode focuses on a featured character from a well-known show or film and guides listeners through an in-depth and entertaining exploration into the possible U.S. visa status that the character may have held while in the U.S.