Maintaining Permanent Residence While Abroad: Keep Your Options Open
June 4, 2019
02:00 PM (ET)
After waiting years to obtain the coveted status of lawful permanent resident, many foreign nationals have questions about moving overseas. Our panel of experts will discuss reentry permits, N-470s, the returning resident visa (SB-1), maintenance of ties and eligibility for naturalization, abandonment and relinquishment of permanent resident status, and nonimmigrant intent.
- What Constitutes Abandonment of Lawful Permanent Residence?
- Would DOS Ever Approve an SB-1?
- Advising Clients on Extended Trips Abroad and Planning for Naturalization in the Future
- Tax Implications When Working Abroad as a Permanent Resident
- Reentry Permit: Timing, Documentation, Expedited Process, and Number of Times You Can Renew
- Recent Trends at USCIS
Clayton Eugene Cartwright Jr. is the founding member of The Cartwright Law Firm, LLC, which specializes in the areas of international taxation and employee benefits. In the area of international taxation, he advises businesses, financial institutions, accountants and other financial professionals, and individuals on international taxation matters, emphasizing the intersection between immigration and taxation law. Such matters include expatriate taxation, cross-border employee transfers, withholding and reporting requirements, and permanent establishments. He is the 2017-2018 Chair of the Steering Committee of AILA’s Global Migration Section.
Ruby L. Powers is founder of Powers Law Group P.C., a five-attorney immigration law firm, with offices in Houston, TX and Hackensack, NJ. She is Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law and has served as AILA’s Law Practice Management Chair 2015-2018 and TX Chapter Advocacy (Co-) Liaison 2015-2018. She is a graduate of UNC School of Law, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses, and Leadership Houston. She currently serves on the AILA USCIS Service Center Operations Liaison Committee, TSC Subcommittee, Media Advocacy Committee, and the Fundamentals Online Course Committee. Powers was awarded the AILA Advocacy Award 2017, Houston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award, Women Who Mean Business Women to Watch Finalist, Houstonia Magazine Top Lawyer, and Super Lawyers Rising Star.
Paul Philippe Bertoni is fluent in French and Spanish and can assist you in a wide variety of immigration cases. His specialties include strategy for employment, investment, achievement, and family based immigration matters, and immigration compliance counseling for start-ups and for corporate restructuring through M&A activity. His firm also handles asylum, DACA, TPS, LGBT immigration, and deportation and removal defense in immigration court. We represent individuals and companies all over the U.S., from start-ups to large publicly traded corporations. Our multilingual staff can work with you in English, French, Spanish, and Italian.
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The Maintaining Permanent Residence While Abroad: Keep Your Options Open web seminar takes place Tuesday, June 4, 2019, at the times noted below:
- 2:00 pm–3:30 pm eastern time
- 1:00 pm–2:30 pm central time
- 12:00 pm–1:30 pm mountain time
- 11:00 am–12:30 pm pacific time
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