Military Issues for the Immigration Practitioner and AILA MAP Program-Downloadable
The federal government increasingly recognizes that concerns about family members can affect the preparedness of military personnel. This panel will address the administrative and legal fixes for military families, especially of those deployed overseas. In addition, this panel will explore how military service can positively or negatively affect the immigration status of an individual, as well as inform immigration practitioners about AILA's successful Military Assistance Program (MAP).
- Forms of Military Discipline and their Immigration Consequences
- Current Standards and Memos on the Granting of Waivers, Humanitarian Paroles, Deferred Action and Other Forms of Relief
- When Can a Case for a Family Member Be Expedited?
- Surviving Spouses, Parents and Children
- Citizenship for Military Personnel and Dependents
- Skipping the Green Card—Current Status of MAVNI
- Bad Behavior—Can You Still Naturalize?
- §319(b) Option for Spouses
- AILA MAP program
- Parole in Place
Parole in Place (PIP), Adjustment of Status, and Naturalization Issues for Military Members AC14-Downloadable
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