MEET THE NEW VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE AICAC FOR THE AMERICAN REGION!

In accordance with the decision of the AICAC Congress No. 301-19 of 12/11/1019 and on the basis of the Order of the President of AICAC No. 17 / 23-19 of 12/12/2019:

- Mr. Fabian Alejandro Pourrain is appointed AICAC Vice-President for the American Region.

We are sincerely glad to cooperate with this qualified and experienced lawyer and manager! We are confident that our partnership will be very fruitful.

In connection with the appointment of Mr. Fabian Pourrain, AICAC intends to increase the intensity and efficiency of its activities, primarily in the American region, which includes the countries of North America, South America, Central America and the Caribbean.

Below is a summary of the professional qualities of Mr. Fabian Pourrain.

U.S. Federal Administrative Practice of Consular Processing and Immigration Law Governed by The Department of State Regulations.

Law Practice of U.S. Consular Processing and Immigration Law upon the Supreme Court decision of "Sperry v. Florida" (U.S. Supreme Court Sperry v. Florida, 373 U.S. 379 (1963)).

American Bar Association Member: 02746084

Vice-President ABA International Law Section

Vice-President AICAC "American International Commerce Arbitration Court"

Florida BAR International Law Division member NR.: 0292881

- U.S. Federal Administrative Law Practice of Consular Processing and Immigration Law.

- Legal Analysis of Extraterritorial Application of U.S. Federal Law and works for, interact with, or study U.S. government entities.

-Lawyer with legal capacity on U.S. Federal Administrative Law Practice Of Consular Processing And Immigration Law upon U.S. Supreme Court, Sperry V. Florida 373 U.S. 379 (1963) and under jurisdiction of United States federal governmental authority, the Immigration Consultant Fraud, Laws-Resources, the rules of Law established at the U.S. National Consumer Law Center, the Immigration Fraud Prevention Acts, not disbarred (8 C.F.R. § 292.3 practice-professional conduct for practitioners, Rules, Procedures, Representation, and Appearances).

- Fabian's Federal law practice is under the scope of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act, the Administrative Procedure Act, American Bar Association, Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice and the Code of Federal Regulations/FAM criteria, considering that the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. State Department have stated rules to protect the public, preserve the integrity of the U.S. immigration system, the Law, federal regulations and interpretations that specifies how to maintain high professional standards.