Temporary Protected Status Beneficiaries: What’s Next?
October 18, 2018
02:00 PM (ET)
Hundreds of thousands of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries and their families are scrambling to prepare for when their status expires in the coming years. Our panel of experts will discuss potential bases for alternative immigration status for this population, and address how recent federal court precedents and ongoing litigation may benefit TPS beneficiaries seeking to remain in the United States permanently.
- Screening Your Client for Alternative Forms of Humanitarian Relief
- Federal Court Litigation: When Is TPS an Admission for Adjustment of Status?
- Screening Your Client for Family-Based Immigrant Visa Options
- Screening Your Client for Employment-Based Immigrant Visa Options
- Uncommon Alternatives for Relief
- Watch Out! Tricky Admissibility Issues for TPS Holders
Nicole Simon (DL), AILA VSC Liaison Committee Chair, Philadelphia, PA
Nicole Simon is the managing partner of Landau, Hess, Simon & Choi in Philadelphia, PA. She represents individuals and businesses in all facets of immigration matters, including employment-based visas, family-based cases, and naturalization. She currently serves as Chair of the AILA VSC Liaison Committee and as a member of the AILA SCOPS Liaison Committee. She previously served as Chair of both the AILA Philadelphia Chapter and AILA Philadelphia USCIS Liaison Committee. Listed in The Best Lawyers in America, Nicole is a frequent speaker at national and regional conferences. She received her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.
Rachel Zoghlin, AILA VSC Liaison Committee/VAWA, Us, and Ts Committee, Bethesda, MD
Rachel Zoghlin is a Senior Attorney at Grossman Law, LLC. Ms. Zoghlin represents individuals before U.S. Immigration Courts, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Customs and Border Protection, and Maryland State Courts. Ms. Zoghlin devotes her practice to defending individuals in removal proceedings, and representing individuals in asylum matters, petitions for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS), U and T visa petitions, family and employment-based visa petitions, naturalization applications, petitions under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), among numerous other matters.
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The Temporary Protected Status Beneficiaries: What’s Next? audio seminar takes place Thursday, October 18, 2018, at the times noted below:
- 2:00 pm–3:30 pm eastern time
- 1:00 pm–2:30 pm central time
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- 11:00 am–12:30 pm pacific time
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