Yemen Without a U.S. Embassy—Now What?

Yemen Without a U.S. Embassy—Now What?

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Recording Date01/08/16
CLE EligibleNo
Length27 min.
Yemen is a country at war and U.S. citizens with Yemeni families are desperate to get them to the United States. However, the U.S. embassy in Sana'a suspended all operations on February 11, 2015, because it was too dangerous for embassy personnel to work there. How can attorneys help these desperate people in such dire times? AILA member, Jan H. Brown (New York, NY) leads this discussion with fellow member, Susan Waller Ramos (Asheville, NC) and Yaman Salahi (Staff Attorney, Asian Law Caucus in San Francisco, CA). The speakers will address the following: finding another post to adjudicate your case; revocation of U.S passports of persons born in Yemen; preparing a winning case without documents created contemporaneously with occurrences —e.g., births, deaths, marriages, or divorces; expediting a case; and procedures to direct file an I-130 through the U.S. Department of State at a consular office.

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Greg Chen (DL), AILA Director of Advocacy, Washington, DC

Annaluisa Padilla, AILA First Vice President, La Habra, CA

Melissa Crow, Legal Director of the American Immigration Council, Washington, DC

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