By Susan Schreiber
The concept of admission is central to many critical issues in immigration law. If your client was “admitted,” he or she may qualify to adjust status under INA § 245(a). If your client was “admitted,” he or she is subject to the grounds of deportability, not inadmissibility, and the government will have the burden of proof. And if your client was “admitted,” this may impact on available remedies for relief from removal.
By Michelle N. Mendez
CLINIC congratulates the following program staff who received initial and renewed credentials as Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) accredited representatives:
Join CLINIC attorneys Susan Schreiber and Charles Wheeler for a webinar reviewing the current state of the law on the definition of admission