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CLINIC's 21st Annual Family-Based Immigration Law Conference

Topics:
  • Immigration and Crimes
  • Family
  • Public Benefits / Welfare
  • Status/Classification
  • Waiver of Inadmissibility/Deportation/Removal
  • Enforcement

* This is a two-day event (11/13 - 11/14).

In this time of enhanced enforcement, this two-day family-based immigration law training provides updated information and analysis on selected topics in family-based immigration, including enhanced risks to applicants of being placed in removal proceedings if their petitions or applications are denied.

Topics:

  • Exposure to enforcement in family-based immigration, including a review of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ guidance on Notices to Appear and Requests for Evidence
  • Documenting family relationships
  • Navigating conditional residency
  • Updates and practice tips on adjustment of status and consular processing
  • Updates on public charge inadmissibility and the affidavit of support
  • Documenting family relationships
  • Submission of arrest records
  • Potential immigration consequences of marijuana use
  • Assessing client inadmissibility based on misrepresentation, false claim to citizenship and smuggling
  • Waivers of Inadmissibility

Registration:

To register for this event, or for more information, click here.