February 13, 2012
All About Lying: Immigration Consequences of Willful Misrepresentations
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time
Cost: $50; $25 for CLINIC affiliates paying annual dues
One client applied for a tourist visa and failed to disclose that her USC spouse already resided here. Another client entered into a sham marriage to get legal status but then decided it was a bad idea and got divorced. Still another client, desperate for work authorization, signed a fraudulent application for asylum prepared by a notario. A fourth client obtained a state ID by using a fake USC birth certificate. And client number five presented a fake passport and visa for her two-year old daughter to enter the U.S. What are the different immigration consequences of misrepresentations? And can they be overcome? Join CLINIC attorneys Sarah Bronstein and Susan Schreiber to review the various ways that immigration law addresses misrepresentations, and strategies and waivers to defend against or overcome adverse consequences.
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