Inadmissibility in Employment-Based Cases—Mental Health Issues

Inadmissibility in Employment-Based Cases—Mental Health Issues

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Many individuals applying for employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant visas do not know that they may face barriers stemming from their experiences with addiction, substance abuse, or mental illness. Join Laurel Scott (Philadelphia, PA), Eric Fleischmann (Hartford, CT), and licensed psychotherapist Rocio D. Woody (Atlanta, GA) for a discussion on how to advise your business clients dealing with mental health and addiction issues. The speakers discuss and offer practice tips on the following: the clinical definition of alcohol or substance abuse; how individuals are found inadmissible for drug - and alcohol-related issues; challenging an adverse decision at the consulate, with USCIS, or in court; applying for a waiver; and identifying evidence to contradict a mental health expert.

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