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This webinar discusses preparing and submitting Requests for Prosecutorial Discretion, including administrative closure, as well as requests for Deferred Action. It focuses on DHS policy guidelines and practice in screening cases and adjudicating requests since the announcement of the new DHS policy announced in August, 2011. The webinar also provide tips on how to base requests for prosecutorial discretion and how to utilize the two memos of June 17, 2011 by ICE Director John Morton on the same subject.
In the second webinar, we cover the foreign relative’s immigration application, including: adjustment of status under sections 245(a) and 245(i) of the INA; consular processing; the affidavit of support and the grounds of inadmissibility. There is approximately 30 minutes allocated to answer questions throughout the presentation.
In the first webinar, we cover the family visa petition, including: what relatives qualify for family immigration, including LGBT couples; the Child Status Protection Act; options upon the death of a qualifying relative; how preference categories and priority dates work and filing procedures.
This webinar will cover suggestions for immigration attorneys to protect clients' information from unnecessary disclosure, regardless of whether or not a subpoena is issued, strategies for counseling the client; and communicating with the district attorney. We will also discuss how immigration attorneys can respond if a subpoena is issued including filing motions to quash and other strategies.
In this webinar, we explore how the different standards of hardship in immigration law have been applied by the DHS, the BIA, and the courts, with particular emphasis on looking at the differences and similarities between "extreme hardship" and "exceptional and extremely unusual hardship."
This webinar discusses how to use key defense strategies that are based on the “categorical approach,” an area of law that includes use of the record of conviction, divisible statutes, the “missing element” rule, and other topics.
This webinar explores the “particular social group” (PSG) ground for asylum by providing an overview of case law and an indepth discussion on how to identify and articulate a social group that will pass legal muster.
This webinar focuses on the different types of motions typically filed before the immigration courts and the BIA and describes when and under what circumstances each type of motion should be filed, as well as the strategies, advantages and disadvantages of different types of motions.
This webinar will discuss preparing and submitting Requests for Termination of Removal Proceedings Based on Prosecutorial Discretion, as well as requests for Deferred Action. It will focus on how to base requests for prosecutorial discretion and how to utilize the memo of June 17, 2011 by ICE Director John Morton on the same subject.
This webinar provides nuts-and-bolts information for practitioners who want to add the T visa and T visa-based adjustment of status applications to their current roster of immigration options for current and future clients.
On this webinar, we review the most common and difficult inadmissibility challenges faced by U nonimmigrant applicants, arguments for those that do not apply, and how to screen for them, discuss how to address them on the Form I-918 application and the Form I-192 waiver request, strategies for winning waivers, and what kinds of inadmissibility waivers have succeeded or failed and why.
Important: The legal information and materials on this web site are intended to be used by trained immigration practitioners. If you are looking for assistance with your personal immigration case, please consult a licensed attorney who is an expert in immigration law or a Board of Immigration Appeals accredited representative. Some sources of assistance can be found in our section For Immigrants/Para Inmigrantes.