What’s New at Ciudad Juarez? - Recording (.MP3)
When your clients appear for their immigrant visa interviews at Ciudad Juarez, they need to be aware of hidden dangers in the medical examination process—e.g., discovery of tattoos that can be seen (even if they are removed), tattoos which might indicate gang membership, and inquiries concerning alcohol and drug usage. Our expert practitioners will discuss how to prepare your clients for these issues, how clients may be questioned about undocumented children who came into the country with their parents (which might lead to inadmissibility), and procedures for obtaining a Mexican police clearance.
- Which Tattoos Are Acceptable? Which Tattoos Show Gang Membership?
- Medical Examiner Questioning Regarding Drug and Alcohol Consumption
- Getting a Police Clearance in Mexico
- Smuggling Issues That Might Arise
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