Avoiding Pitfalls in Marriage-Based I-130 Petitions - Recording (.MP3)
In light of President Trump’s executive orders and the DHS implementation memos, anyone out of legal immigration status might be targeted for enforcement. Thus, exposing petitioners and beneficiaries to USCIS can lead to the initiation of removal proceedings or removal under certain circumstances. Therefore, a thorough review of your client’s background and immigration history is more crucial than ever before filing an I-130 petition. Join our panelists for a lively discussion on how to avoid common problems associated with marriage-based I-130 petitions, and increase the chances of approval.
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- Marriage After Removal Proceedings and the “Good Faith Marriage Exemption”
- How to Avoid a Denial and/or Finding of Fraud
- INA §204(c) Issues and How to Handle Them
- After an I-130 Denial: Appeal or Refile?
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