Traveling Abroad: Potential Consequences for LPRs and Asylees - Recording (.MP3)

Traveling Abroad: Potential Consequences for LPRs and Asylees - Recording (.MP3)

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Recorded on 06/02/16
02:00 PM (ET)
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format MP3
SKU AS2016-06-02-DL

“Can I travel?” is a question immigration attorneys hear at least daily from their clients. The analysis is often complicated, and the answer is not always clear, even for legal permanent residents (LPRs) and asylees. The panelists will show you how to recognize and analyze the issues, so that you can give your client the most helpful advice.

Featured Topics

  • LPRs in Removal Proceedings Under INA §§237 and 212
  • LPRs with Criminal Convictions
  • LPRs with Fraud or “Terminal Green Card” Issues
  • LPRs and Abandonment Issues
  • Asylees

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Jeremy L. McKinney (DL), AILA EOIR Liaison Committee Vice Chair, Greensboro, NC
Jeremy L. McKinney is a North Carolina Board Certified Immigration Law Specialist with offices in Greensboro, Wilmington, and Hendersonville. He is the current vice chair of the AILA EOIR Liaison Committee and a past chair of the AILA ICE Liaison Committee, Membership Committee, and the Carolinas Chapter. He has also served as an adjunct professor at Elon University School of Law and a member of the NC State Bar's Specialization Committee.

Erich C. Straub, Milwaukee, WI
Erich C. Straub practices immigration law in Milwaukee, WI, and Chicago. He has been listed in Best Lawyers in America since 2006 and in Super Lawyers since 2009. He has been a faculty member of American Immigration Council's Litigation Institute since 2006 (co-sponsored by AILA in recent years). He was chair of the AILA Wisconsin Chapter and served on the AILA Board of Governors from 2007-09.

Amber L. Weeks, Albuquerque, NM
Amber L. Weeks is the senior associate attorney at Noble & Vrapi, P.A., with offices in Albuquerque, NM; Santa Fe, NM; and El Paso, TX. In addition to handling a broad range of immigration and naturalization cases and appeals, she specializes in removal defense, complex immigration matters requiring waivers or involving prior deportation or removal orders, and plea withdrawals for immigrant clients. She also handles federal litigation challenging mandatory detention of immigrant clients and was co-counsel for the first impression case of Melero Valdez v. Terry.

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