New Strategies for Overcoming False Claims to Citizenship - Recording (.MP3)
Although false claims to U.S. citizenship have extremely narrow exceptions and no waiver is available in most contexts, recent developments in law and policy are providing the tools to argue that the false claim to citizenship grounds of inadmissibility and deportability do not apply. This panel of experts will discuss how to screen for, and defend against, false claims to U.S. citizenship in both affirmative applications and removal proceedings.
- Exceptions: Certain Claims by Minors, and Claims Before September 30, 1996
- Matter of Richmond Standard Regarding the Statutory Elements for a False Claim, Subjective Intent, and Objective Purpose
- USCIS Policy Manual and Foreign Affairs Manual Updates Regarding the Knowing Standard: Accidental and Involuntary Claims
- Best Practices for Avoiding Inadmissibility Before USCIS, and Handling Requests for Form I-9s
- Best Practices for Fighting Removability Charges in Immigration Court
- Strategies for Challenging Documentation of the Alleged False Claim to Citizenship
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