All About U Derivatives

U Visa/T Visa/VAWA

This webinar will cover the different ways that U petitioners can include derivatives, including at the time of filing the principal application, after the principal application has been filed, and after the principal application has been approved...

Introduction to TPS

Temporary Protected Status

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is an important form of humanitarian relief for people from certain designated countries that have experienced armed conflict, natural disaster, or other conditions that prevent nationals from returning safely. There...

CSPA: Understanding the Child Status Protection Act

Family-Based
Immigrant Youth

We will review how the CSPA protects certain family-based beneficiaries of immigrant visa petitions and how to calculate the CSPA age. We will also review when the Visa Bulletin is involved, and when and how visa regression affects the CSPA age...

Overview of Naturalization

Citizenship and Naturalization

This training will provide an overview of the legal elements for naturalization, including lawful admission as an LPR, continuous residence and physical presence requirements, the English/civics requirement, exceptions, and the disability waiver, as...

Updates on Prosecutorial Discretion

Removal Defense

This webinar will provide immigration practitioners with an overview of the current prosecutorial discretion landscape after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. Texas, 599 U.S. ___(2023). We will discuss how DHS is applying its...

Challenging a Deficient NTA

Enforcement
Removal Defense

Since the Supreme Court’s decision in Pereira v. Sessions in 2018, there has been a long line of caselaw about whether a Notice to Appear (NTA) missing the time, date or location of proceedings strips the immigration court of jurisdiction to hear a...

VAWA: Beyond the Basics

U Visa/T Visa/VAWA

This webinar will address some of the more challenging aspects of representing clients eligible for VAWA benefits, such as issues relating to the representation of VAWA applicants who do not identify as female, gathering evidence of emotional abuse...

Marijuana and Immigrants

Crimes

Currently, thirty-eight states permit medical use of marijuana; twenty-three of these states fully permit recreational use; and the District of Columbia permits both uses. Still, marijuana remains on federal drug schedules and is treated for...