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President Obama recently moved to normalize relations between the United States and Cuba by lifting trade restrictions and softening the travel ban. How will these efforts affect Cubans currently in...
Have you considered how the President’s recent executive actions on immigration may create new opportunities to adjust status and overcome inadmissibility? For example:
Do you ever encounter common tax questions you wish you could answer? For example, how do tax issues play a role in establishing good moral character for naturalization applicants? What is the significance of a married client’s filing as “married filing separately,” or as “head of household?” Whom can the client claim as dependents on a tax...
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.
How can a family member still immigrate after the petitioner has died? How can a derivative immigrate after the principal beneficiary has died? How can a widow self-petition after the death of her U.S. citizen spouse?
Please join us for a webinar on petitioning for adopted children and the new USCIS policy concerning Hague Convention adoption cases. The new USCIS policy memo, released on December 23, 2013, provides guidance to adjudicators interpreting the "habitual residence" of children subject to the restrictions of the Hague Convention. The webinar...
This webinar reviews how priority dates are established, how they can be lost, and under what circumstances they may be recovered.
Join CLINIC attorneys Susan Schreiber, Debbie Smith and Charles Wheeler to find out how new developments impact your clients’ eligibility for adjustment of status.
Join CLINIC Attorneys Kristina Karpinski, Susan Schreiber and Charles Wheeler as they speak with NVC Director Kimberly Kelly about these initiatives and other issues related to consular processing including NVC's role in implementation of the provisional waivers program.
Held On: 11/20/13
Who qualifies for a waiver of crime-based inadmissibility? What kinds of crimes are covered and what do you need to show to qualify for a waiver? When can a lawful permanent resident use a 212(h) waiver to overcome losing his or her status based on a criminal conviction?