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Family-based Immigration

Have you considered how the President’s recent executive actions on immigration may create new opportunities to adjust status and overcome inadmissibility?

16th Annual Family Immigration Law Conference; Optional Half-Day Intro Session


Co-Sponsored by:

Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)
Catholic Charities of Dallas, and
Diocesan Migrant and Refugee Services

November 12–13, 2014

Optional half-day introduction to family-based immigration law session, November 11

The tour of the consulate is now full

The Supreme Court will soon decide a key aspect of the Child Status Protection Act: whether aged-out derivative children will be able to retain the priority date when a new petition is filed in their behalf. Please join us on a webinar explaining the Court's decision and its impact on family-based immigration.

This intensive two-day training will offer workshops for both new and experienced practitioners on a variety of family-based immigration law topics including relief available for victims of domestic violence and other crimes.

The webinar will discuss the rules related to adoption petitions and the Hague Convention requirements in light of the December 2013 memo.

In this webinar we will review how priority dates are established, how they can be lost, and under what circumstances they may be recovered.