Solving the Mysteries of the I-212 Waiver-Recording (.MP3)

Solving the Mysteries of the I-212 Waiver-Recording (.MP3)

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Recording Date 01/21/16
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format Audio Seminar
SKU AS2016-01-21-DL

Form I-212 is the Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States After Deportation or Removal. When, where, and how to use it, however, often causes confusion. The panelists will discuss procedures for using the I-212 waiver for individuals inside the United States, outside the United States, and in removal proceedings.

Featured Topics

  • When Can You Use the I-212 Waiver?
  • Where Do You File the Application?
  • What Factors Does the Adjudicator Take into Consideration?
  • Can the Form Be Filed with an Immigration Judge?
  • Best Practices in Filing

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Marc Prokosch (DL), Bloomington, MN
Marc Prokosch is a senior attorney at Karam Law. As an immigration litigation attorney, Mr. Prokosch is focused on federal court claims, where he has successfully resolved long delays by USCIS with citizenship applications, green cards, TRIG cases, and other related issues. He was counsel for several of the leading published decisions on immigration in Minnesota District Court, including Al-Rifahe v. Mayorkas, Al Jabari v. Chertoff, and Ali v. Frazier. His other practice areas include appellate proceedings, removal relief, waivers, and family-based immigration. Mr. Prokosch is a former chair of the AILA Minnesota/Dakotas Chapter and frequently teaches and mentors other attorneys and law students on matters related to complex immigration litigation.

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 Chapter ICE Liaison Committee.

Laurel Scott, Houston, TX
Laurel Scott is the founding attorney at 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, PA. She spent a year studying at the Queen's University of Belfast and completed an internship at the European Parliament. She started work on her first waiver of inadmissibility in 2003, and quickly realized that waivers were an ideal niche for her new firm. Over the years, she emerged as one of the nation's leading experts in this type of case, publishing numerous articles on the subject and speaking at many events for immigration lawyers.

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