Starting the Process: Spotlight on the I-130 and I-130A
The twelve-page I-130 is the application form that launches family-based immigration by establishing the qualifying status of the petitioner and his or her relationship to the beneficiary. What are the issues to watch out for as you prepare the I-130 and, where necessary, the I-130A? What required information may expose the beneficiary to risk of enforcement? What strategies can you pursue when you don’t have primary evidence of the relationship between the petitioner and the beneficiary? And are there any risks for the petitioner when filing an I-130? Join CLINIC attorneys Kristina Karpinski and Susan Schreiber as we discuss step one of family-based immigration by reviewing the I-130 and I-130A forms and instructions.
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