What It Means to Be Subject to INA -CD

What It Means to Be Subject to INA -CD

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Do I Really Have to Go Home?—What It Means to Be Subject to INA §212(e)

This 90 minute audio seminar was originally presented July 27, 2010.

This panel will provide an overview of the two-year home residence requirement for certain J-1 exchange visitors under INA §212(e). Learn who is subject to the requirement, how to determine if your client is truly subject, how to read the skills list and the various means for satisfying the requirement.

  • Who Is Subject to the Two-Year Home Residence Requirement?
  • Determining if Your Client Is Subject to the Requirement
  • What Does It Mean to Be Subject? What Can/Can't the Client Do?
  • Fulfilling the Two Years-Where Can/Must the Client Go? Can the Requirement be Fulfilled Incrementally?
  • Options for the Client Who Wants to Stay in the U.S.-J-1 Waivers, Other Nonimmigrant Visas

AILA has not applied for and is not administering CLE credit for this OnDemand program. However, CLE self-study credit may be available in your jurisdiction. Please check your jurisdiction’s CLE rules on the AILA CLE Center for more information.


Elizabeth A. Quinn (dl), Washington, DC

Elizabeth A. Quinn is a shareholder and senior attorney with Maggio & Kattar, P.C. in Washington, D.C. Ms. Quinn’s current practice focuses on business immigration, and in particular the unique problems of J-1 exchange visitors. Her clients include biotechnology and hospitality companies, artists, and human rights organizations. She has written and lectured on J visa issues, and is a regular lecturer for the District of Columbia Bar’s Continuing Legal Education Program. Ms. Quinn has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America, and the Washingtonian magazine.

Helen L. Jugovic, Wilmington, NC

Helen L. Jugovic leads a law office in North Carolina (helen@mckinneyandjustice.com). She obtained her J.D. from Wake Forest University, with awards for mentoring women attorneys. Focusing on business immigration for both large and small companies (including worksite enforcement/removal defense), she has represented school districts, recruiters, teachers, and a J-1 program for exchange teachers. She has been a featured speaker at the AILA Paralegal Conference, the AILA Annual Conference in Vancouver, and the Personnel Administrators of North Carolina Conference (for NC public schools).

David A.M. Ware, Metairie, LA

David A.M. Ware graduated from Yale University in 1977, summa cum laude, completed his JD at the University of TX in 1981, and began his own practice in 1982. Mr. Ware is active in AILA and NAFSA. He has held an AV rating for many years, and was recently elected to Who’s Who International’s Top Corporate Immigration Attorneys, fewer than 300 in the US. He has repeatedly been selected by New Orleans and City Business magazines as among the top attorneys in Louisiana. Mr. Ware has authored many articles, including several for AILA, and maintains a busy speaking schedule. He formerly taught immigration law at Southern and Loyola University Schools of Law.

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