Voice (September 2010): How INA defines "Child"

Voice (September 2010): How INA defines "Child"

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VOICE: An Immigration Dialogue
September 2010

Please note: This product is available in electronic format ONLY; ready for download from your digital library immediately after purchase. No print copies are offered.


In This Issue:

 

"Child: How Do We Define Thee?"
Immigration law can be a complex numbers game when it comes to determining a child’s eligibility for immigration benefits. Explore the many age-related issues when it comes to this work.—Lindsay A. Curcio, Maurice Goldman, and Leslie Holman

 

"Investing in the United States: Visa for Employment Creation"
The EB-5 program is tough for many immigration lawyers to navigate, but here are some tips to help practitioners sort through the common issues.—Boyd F. Campbell

 

Other Highlights Include:

Spotlight
“AILA: I Couldn’t Practice Immigration Law Without It”—Tahmina Watson

 

Balance
“Simple Office Stretches for Our Inner Mr. Duffy”—Susan Timmons

 

"The Green Card Goes Green Again"Disna Weerasinghe

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