Waiver Series Part I: Waiver Overview-Downloadable

Waiver Series Part I: Waiver Overview-Downloadable

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Waiver Overview: Waiver Series Part I

This 90 minute web seminar was originally presented October 7, 2010

This beginner’s level panel will give a broad overview of the various immigrant and nonimmigrant waivers, as well as practical, down-to-earth instructions on how to file and document both.

  • Nonimmigrant Waivers: §212(d)(3)
  • TPS Waivers
  • Immigrant Waivers: §§212(g) and (h)
  • Fraud Waivers: §237(a)(1)(H) and §212(i)
  • The “Honest Mistake” Waiver: §212(k)
  • Can You Really Do That? Waiving Aggravated Felonies under §212(h) and §212(c)
  • How Permanent is the Permanent Bar?: §212(a)(9)(C)

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.


Leslie A. Holman (dl), AILA Treasurer, Burlington, VT

Leslie A. Holman is the founder of Holman Immigration Law in Burlington, Vermont. She represents both corporate and individual clients in all matters relating to immigration and nationality law. Ms. Holman is a member of AILA’s Board of Governors and currently serves as treasurer. Previously, she has served as chair of AILA National's Admissions and Border Enforcement committee, vice chair of the CBP Liaison committee, member of the Interagency committee, and New England chapter liaison to regional ports of entry. Ms. Holman is also a member the Vermont State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission of Civil rights. In 2008, she was awarded the Sam Williamson Mentor Award.

David K.S. Kim, New York, NY

David K. S. Kim is a senior associate with Bretz & Coven, LLP in New York City where he practices immigration and nationality law with special emphasis on deportation defense and federal court litigation. Mr. Kim previously served as a member AILA National EIOR liaison committee and the co-chair of AILA New York City Chapter's Federal Practice Committee. He frequently litigates in federal courts against DHS and recently won precedent Second Circuit decisions in Sharkey v. Quarantillo, 541 F.3d 75 (2d Cir. 2008) and Shi Jie Ge v. Holder, 588 F.3d 90 (2d Cir. 2009).

Estelle Regolsky, Jamaica Plain, MA

Estelle Regolsky is a partner in the law firm of Avrin & Regolsky, located in the Jamaica Plain section of Boston. An active member of AILA since 1985, she is a past chapter chair and past ICE liaison for the New England Chapter. She has been an AILA mentor in the family immigration area for many years and has been a frequent speaker on immigration panels for Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and other organizations.

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