The Waivers Book
The Waivers Book: Advanced Issues in Immigration Practice provides complex tips and practical guidance for every immigration practitioner-from the novice to the experienced alike-on every level from Adjustment of Status to Xenophobia. In addition, it provides a wide array of legal options for clients in removal proceedings and covers areas that are frequently litigated.
The Waivers Book begins with an introductory chapter, "Waivers from A to Z," providing a detailed overview of the wide variety of waivers available. It includes practical guidance from the inception of a case with a new client ("Client Interview and Initial Consultation") to the nuts and bolts issues involved in applying for the most common types of waivers. A thorough coverage of a variety of inadmissibility waivers follows, including those for unlawful presence, reapplying for admission following removal, physical and mental health issues, prostitution, crimes that are more than 15 years old, crimes of moral turpitude, and simple possession of marijuana.
- Adjustment of Status
- Alien Smuggling
- Cancellation of Removal
- Communicating with Clients
- Crimes More than 15 Years Old
- General Waivers for Nonimmigrants
- Health-Related Waivers
- Misrepresentation or Fraud
- Permanent Residents-Suspension of Deportation
- Refugees and Asylees
- Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
- Technical Defects in Immigrant Visas
- U Visas
- Unlawful Presence and more!
"Immigration practitioners finally have one book they can turn to that addresses one of the most important issues in their practices: waivers and other advanced remedies."
-Editor-in-Chief, Irene Scharf
The INA has established numerous grounds of inadmissibility and removability, and knowing which waiver to recommend to your client and why is essential to overcoming these findings. The Waivers Book is a comprehensive guide to the complex world of immigration waivers, a reference you can rely on to provide expert advice and analysis.
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