Marriage Fraud—Red Flags, Common Mistakes, and Foreseeable Issues-Downloadable Recording

Marriage Fraud—Red Flags, Common Mistakes, and Foreseeable Issues-Downloadable Recording


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Recording Date9/10/15
CLE EligibleYes
Length90 min.
FormatAudio Seminar
MP3 / PDF
SKUAS2015-09-10-DL
Immigration practitioners jump over various hurdles with their clients, but few are as daunting as proving a bona fide marriage. As USCIS becomes savvier in the evidence it uses, so must practitioners and their clients. This seminar discusses the ins and outs of marriage fraud concerns, how to help your clients gather evidence, and what they can expect going forward.

Key Topics Include:

  • Satisfying Yourself that the Marriage Is Valid, Deciding to Represent the Couple, and Initial Red Flags
  • What Is Evidence of a Bone Fide Marriage?
  • What Does USCIS Consider to Be Red Flags in a Case? Know Your Local USCIS Office
    • How to Prepare Your Clients for the Interview
  • Ethical Issues: Dual Representation, Duty to Withdraw, etc.
  • Lasting Effects and Foreseeable Issues: I-751, Naturalization, etc.


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Anthony Drago Jr. (dl), AILA EOIR Liaison Committee 2014-2015 Chair, Boston, MA
Anthony Drago, Jr. was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in December, 1988, and the New York bar in January, 1989, and has been a member of AILA since 1996. Attorney Drago served as an elected Director on AILA's Board of Governors. He was Chapter Chair for AILA NE, Chair of the AILA national liaison committee for EOIR and has been Co-Chair of the AILA NE Chapter liaison for ICE, ERO for many years.

Susan R. Fortino-Brown, Chicago, IL
Susan Fortino-Brown has practiced in the field of Immigration Law exclusively since 1987. Ms. Fortino-Brown has served in several leadership positions within AILA including Field Operations, Nebraska Service Center, National Benefits Center, Ethics and she was previously Chapter Chair for the Chicago AILA chapter. She served for six years on the Board of Trustees to the AIC and has also served as Co-chair of the National Immigrant Justice Center of Heartland Alliance. Ms. Fortino-Brown is currently on the Board of the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant & Refugee Rights.

Aaron Hall, Aurora, CO
Aaron Hall is a partner at Joseph Law Firm, P.C. His practice focuses on removal defense, family-based immigration, and federal litigation. He currently serves on the AILA Amicus Committee and on the AILA Colorado ICE Liaison Committee.

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