Evaluating Unlawful Presence and the 3, 10, and “Permanent” Bars-Downloadable Recording

Evaluating Unlawful Presence and the 3, 10, and “Permanent” Bars-Downloadable Recording

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Evaluating Unlawful Presence and the 3, 10, and “Permanent” Bars

This 90 minute audio seminar was recorded live on March 13, 2014, from 2:00 pm-3:30 pm eastern time.

How does a practitioner determine when unlawful presence starts and stops, and whether it will affect clients? Unlawful presence exemplifies many of the problems with immigration law and advising noncitizens. This seminar helps practitioners identify some of the uncertainties in this area of law and develop tools to better advise clients.

  • Introduction to Unlawful Presence: How It Accrues, Who Makes the Determination, and Circumstances That Impact How It Is Tolled
  • Unresolved Issues with Minors, Visa Exempt Visitors, and Pre-IIRAIRA Unlawful Presence
  • Unlawful Presence Bars (Three-Year, Ten-Year, and the “Permanent” Bar) —What Waivers Are Available to Overcome These Bars?

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David N. Simmons (dl), Denver, CO
David N. Simmons earned a J.D. from the University of Denver in 1985. He is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He is past Chapter Chair of the AILA Colorado Chapter. He is the Colorado Wing Legal Officer for the Civil Air Patrol. Active in pro-bono and community eduction efforts, he appears regularly on English and Spanish media and frequently lectures and writes on immigration law.

Renee Pobjecky, Winter Haven, FL
A. Renee Pobjecky is the senior partner of Pobjecky & Pobjecky, LLP. She is currently serving as the Executive Vice Chair of AILA Central Florida Chapter and as a member on AILA’s Distance Learning Committee. Ms. Pobjecky received her J.D. from Baylor University School of Law and is licensed to practice law in Florida and Texas.

Laurel Scott, Houston, TX
Laurel Scott is the founder of Scott and Associates. She received a B.A. from Simon's Rock College, a Master's degree from Duke University, and a law degree from Temple University in Philadelphia. After her first waiver of inadmissibility in 2003, she realized that they were an ideal niche for her new firm. Laurel has become one of the nation's leading experts in this type of case, publishing numerous articles and speaking at many immigration lawyer events.

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