Preserving and Maintaining U.S. Permanent Residence-Downloadable Recording
Preserving and Maintaining U.S. Permanent ResidenceThis 90 minute web seminar was recorded live on March 21, 2013, from 2:00 pm-3:30 pm eastern time.
In today's shrinking world, where international travel is nearly as common as domestic travel, lawful permanent residents often find themselves defending their status at ports of entry. This panel will cover the steps that LPRs must take both to maintain their permanent residence and to preserve continuous residence for naturalization purposes. It will also address best practices for avoiding abandonment challenges and strategies for winning abandonment claims in immigration court.
- Maintaining and Documenting U.S. Domicile
- Recommendations for LPRs Returning After Frequent or Lengthy Foreign Travels
- What to Do If Questioned by CBP?
- Defending Allegations of Abandonment in Immigration Court
- Affirmative Abandonment of LPR Status-Naturalization Considerations (Continuous Residence, Abandonment, N-470, etc.)
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