Deportable Clients: To Naturalize or Not to Naturalize? - Recording (.MP3)
After years of flying under the radar, many lawful permanent residents (LPRs) who are (or may be) deportable decide they want to naturalize. Our panel of experts will discuss how to advise potentially deportable clients about the risks of applying for naturalization, what factors DHS considers in deciding whether to grant a naturalization application or initiate removal proceedings, and how to advocate effectively for your client.
- Who Cannot File an Application for Naturalization Under Any Circumstance?
- Reasons for Deportability: Conduct After Becoming an LPR Versus Being Inadmissible at the Time of Admission
- Analyzing Potential for Relief in Removal Proceedings If Everything Goes Wrong
- Determining If Your Client Is Mandatorily Detainable Under INA §236(c)
- Using Agency Guidance to Frame Your Deportable Client’s Case for Naturalization Persuasively
- Preparing Your Deportable Client for the Naturalization Interview
- Analyzing a Case in Light of the New Administration
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