Immigration Law and the Family, 4th Ed.
|Release Date||July 2016|
Immigration Law and the Family has been a go-to reference immigration practitioners have relied upon for years. It addresses the complexities of family-based immigration and provides straightforward, step-by-step guidance.
With family-based immigration law becoming a serious subspecialty, this book is an indispensable resource for family immigration practitioners as well as business immigration practitioners who come across family-based issues.
The fourth edition includes the latest guidance on
- Eligibility for a family-based visa
- Eligibility for adjustment of status
- Consular processing
- Grounds of inadmissibility and waivers
- Completing the Affidavit of Support
- Retention of priority dates and the CSPA
- Impact of the CSPA when the petitioner naturalizes
- Eligibility for the provisional waiver
- Reinstatement of petition after death of the petitioner
- New Chart B, Filing Action Dates, in the Visa Bulletin
Immigration Law and the Family also includes sample motions and waivers, as well as useful recommendations for problem solving.
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