Family-Based Adjustment of Status – The Basics

Family-Based Adjustment of Status – The Basics

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Are you new to the practice of family-based immigration law? Or are you feeling that a “best practices” refresher might help streamline your cases? This free practice advisory on the basics of filing a family-based adjustment of status application will help.

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Noemi E. Masliah is a partner of the law firm of Masliah & Soloway, PC. with offices in New York City and Los Angeles. Cofounder of Immigration Equality and of Stop the Deportations, she is currently Chair of AILA National's LGBT Working Group, Chair of the NY Chapter's LGBT Committee, a member of the USCIS Liaison Committee and a Trustee of the American Immigration Council. She may be reached at

Ari J. Sauer represents corporate and individual clients in all areas of U.S. immigration law. Mr. Sauer assists businesses to obtain visas, permanent residence and citizenship for their employees and their families. Mr. Sauer also assists U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents with sponsoring their family members for immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, as well as assisting individuals to become US citizens. Mr. Sauer is an Elected Director of the Board of Governors of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). He has served on the AILA Board of Governors since 2011. Mr. Sauer has previously served as Chapter Chair of the AILA Mid South Chapter, which includes the states of Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Kentucky, and Louisiana. He regularly speaks about immigration law for AILA and the Federal Bar Association and has contributed a number of articles on immigration publications.

Kim Tremblay is an associate with Joseph Law Firm, P.C. Ms. Tremblay received her J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School in 2010. Prior to attending law school, she graduated from McGill University with a BA in anthropology and psychology with First Class Honours. She is a member of the AILA Colorado Chapter USCIS Liaison committee. She grew up in Montreal, Canada and is a native French speaker.

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