Overcoming Naturalization Delays and Denials-Recording (.MP3)

Overcoming Naturalization Delays and Denials-Recording (.MP3)


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Recording Date 03/08/16
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format MP3 / PDF
SKU AS2016-03-08-DL

Dealing with N-400 delays and denials can be challenging. When USCIS either fails to make a timely decision or denies naturalization, the stakes are high, as you must present viable administrative and federal litigation options to your client. Election season brings the importance of citizenship to the forefront of many clients' minds. This seminar will provide tips to help you when you encounter delays and denials during the naturalization process.


Featured Topics

  • What to Do If Your Case Is Delayed: Pre-interview, Post-interview, and CARRP-Related Delays
  • What to Do When Your Case Is Denied
    • Administrative Review Under 8 USC §1447(a)
    • Judicial Review Under 8 USC §1421(c)/Timing
  • Practice Tips, EAJA Fees, and Other Considerations


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Kevin Dixler, Chicago, IL
Kevin Dixler concentrates his practice to immigration, visa law, citizenship, and related matters. He has significant experience with waivers of inadmissibility for crime, fraud, and unlawful presence. Mr. Dixler successfully defends clients in the immigration courts, Board of Immigration Appeals, and federal courts. He has filed successful lawsuits against the U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Service in federal court to challenge unreasonable delays with adjudication, naturalizations, and name checks. He is functionally bilingual in Spanish and is a Chicago native.

Robert J. Casazza Jr., New York, NY
Robert J. Casazza Jr. is a partner with Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy in New York. He is responsible for Fragomen's USCIS District Office Practice, both in New York and around the country. This work includes: permanent residence and citizenship interviews, emergency travel authorization and case inquiries, often on complicated matters and for VIP clients. In this role, Mr. Casazza has appeared at more than 40 different USCIS offices. He is a past chair of the AILA New York Chapter District Director Liaison Committee and is listed as a mentor for permanent residence, naturalization, and local office practice.

Amy Prokop Lenhert, Los Angeles, CA
Amy Prokop Lenhert is an attorney with the Law Offices of Carl Shusterman in Los Angeles. She has experience in a broad range of immigration matters, including federal court litigation and removal defense, immigrant and nonimmigrant waivers of inadmissibility, and complex citizenship and naturalization matters.

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