Fundamentals of Nonimmigrant & Immigrant Waivers-Downloadable

Fundamentals of Nonimmigrant & Immigrant Waivers-Downloadable

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"I'm Sorry...So Sorry...": The Fundamentals of Nonimmigrant & Immigrant Waivers

This 60 minute session was recorded at the AILA Annual Conference in June 2012. This product includes an audio recording in MP3 format and a PDF file of powerpoint presentation slides and/or articles needed for CLE Credit.

This panel provides an overview of immigrant and nonimmigrant waivers. It provides tips and strategies for preparing and presenting the waiver application to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and the U.S. Department of State.

  • An Overview of Inadmissibility Issues and Available Waivers
  • Processing a Waiver at a U.S. Consular Post vs. Within the United States
  • Processing Times and Approval Rates
  • Suggested Documentation—Do You Need a "Qualifying Relative"?; How to Prove "Extreme Hardship"
  • The Role of the Attorney

CLE Information

CLE credit is available in most jurisdictions for this OnDemand session.* Please visit the webCLE AC OnDemand Module for specific details on your jurisdiction and for specialized credit information. Instructions for reporting your credits and obtaining certificates will be included in your written materials.

*In order to obtain CLE credit, purchasers of this session must already own or purchase the Forms & Fundamentals 2012-13 Ed., which contains the written materials for all fundamentals sessions of the 2012 Annual Conference.

Not eligible for CLE credit in the following states: AL, AR, IA, MN, RI, and TN.

Attention Idaho, North Dakota, and Puerto Rico attorneys. Attorneys must apply individually for approval of recorded programs. Credits are typically approved.


Ofelia L. Calderon (DL), Arlington, VA

Daniel J. Parisi, London, Great Britain

Laurel Scott, Houston, TX

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