When Spousal/Fiance(e) Case is Denied at Consulate-CD

When Spousal/Fiance(e) Case is Denied at Consulate-CD

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Trouble in Paradise – What to Do When Your Spousal/Fiancé(e) Case is Denied at the Consulate

This 90 minute audio seminar was originally presented February 9, 2010.


Are you frustrated by a visa denial or a petition revocation? Don't give up! Get concrete strategies and advice on how to proceed when your marriage-based or fiancé(e) visa application is denied at the consulate.

  • What's the Problem?-When Your Clearly Bona Fide Case Is Denied
  • Denial of the Visa/Revocation of the Petition-What's the Process and How Does It Work? The Roles of the Consulate, the NVC, USCIS
  • Following Up with the Consulate, Gathering Information, Can I Appeal?
  • Bouncing Back from a Revocation-Can the Petition be Salvaged?
  • Filing a New Petition After Revocation-Tips and Strategies
  • Problem Posts-Preparing for a Difficult Adjudication, Special Procedures for Individual Posts


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.

Faculty

Stephen M. Brent (dl), Rochester, NY

Stephen M. Brent practices immigration law at the firm of Brent & Powell in Rochester, New York. He has served as chair of the AILA Upstate New York chapter. He is a graduate of the University of Detroit Law School and regularly speaks and writes on immigration law.


Carmen A. DiPlacido, Arlington, VA

Carmen A. DiPlacido is admitted to practice in Ohio and before the U.S. Supreme Court. Prior to entering private practice, he worked in consular affairs with the U.S. Department of State for 28 years. He is a graduate of Bowling Green State University, Akron University School of Law, the Federal Executive Institute, the OPM Executive Program and the National War College. Mr. DiPlacido has extensive expertise in consular, immigration and citizenship law. In addition to heading his own practice, Mr. DiPlacido is also of counsel to Tafapolsky and Smith. With AILA, he has been a mentor and served on numerous committees and working groups.


Allan Lolly, La Jolla, CA

Allan Lolly is the managing attorney of Allan S. Lolly & Associates APC, a family based immigration firm. He has worked for Legal Aid Society in San Jose and also on business migration fraud issues as a criminal prosecuting attorney. Mr. Lolly earned his B.A. at U.C. Berkeley (1984) and his J.D. at Santa Clara University Law School (1989). Mr. Lolly and his wife reside in New York City and in San Diego, California.


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