Navigating Jurisdictional Waters for Arriving Aliens in Uncertain Times
February 4, 2021
2:00 PM (ET)
The panelists will take a look at the concept of "arriving alien," and discuss who the category covers and does not cover. Learn how to determine which agency maintains jurisdiction over adjustment of status for arriving aliens in removal proceedings and with outstanding removal orders. Panelists also will provide an update on the ever-shifting landscape of adjustment of status for TPS holders who travel abroad with advance parole under INA §244(f)(3).
- Determining Who Is and Who Is Not an "Arriving Alien"
- Strategies for Arriving Aliens in Removal Proceedings: Bond Eligibility, Deficient NTAs, and Outstanding Removal Orders
- Jurisdiction Over Adjustment of Status of "Arriving Aliens"
- Understanding Parole: Advance Parole, Conditional Parole, and More
- Unique Challenges for TPS Holders Who Travel with Advance Parole Issued Pursuant to INA §244(f)(3)
Deifilia Maria Diaz (DL), Cinncinati, OH
Deifilia Maria Diaz defines herself as a holistic transmuter and creative problem solver. She empowers herself by radically transforming the most vicious, dark and negative acts infringed upon a human being into the deepest sense of joy, peace, freedom, health, fulfillment, and happiness. Dey, as she prefers to be called, achieves this revolutionary change within her clients’ life as she represents immigrant victims of violent crimes, minors who have been neglected, abandoned, or abused, refugees, and asylees.
Arturo Angel Burga, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Arturo Angel Burga is a past Media Liaison of the AILA Southern California Chapter and a member of AILA since 2011. Mr. Burga’s practice focuses in Crimmigration helping the immigrant community avoid and prevent deportation.
George Rodriguez, Dallas, TX
Laura Ferner, Springdale, AR
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The Navigating Jurisdictional Waters for Arriving Aliens in Uncertain Times web seminar takes place Thursday, February 4, 2021, at the times noted below:
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