Can Clients Apply for Adjustment Even When Out of Status? - Recording (.MP3)
Generally, your client must be in lawful status in order to file an application for adjustment of status (AOS). However, there are exceptions to the rule. The speakers will discuss the various options potentially available in both the family and business immigration contexts.
- Legal Status Versus Authorized Status
- Categories Eligible for AOS: Visa Number Availability
- AOS Scenarios: Visa and Visa Waiver Admission, Parole (Including “Arriving Aliens”), EWI, Parole-in-Place, INA §245(i) Coverage, TPS, and DACA
- Adjustment in Family-Based Immigration: Marriage to a USC Versus an LPR
- Adjustment in Employment-Based Immigration: INA §245(k) as Exception
- Cross-Chargeability: The Sometimes Overlooked Solution
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