I-751 Petitions to Remove Conditions on Residence AC18 (.MP3)
Panelists will address the nuts and bolts of preparing and filing an I-751 petition. They also will discuss in detail certain aspects of the process, including remedies for late submission and best practices for documenting a good faith marriage
- Preparing an I-751 Petition: The Basics
- When to Submit the I-751
- Remedies for Late Submission
- What Exactly Is “Good Faith” and How Is It Proved?
- Overview of Cases Where There Is a Divorce, Abuse, or Death
- Jonathan S. Greene (DL), Columbia, MD
- Renzo F. Manay, El Sobrante, CA
- Ginger McGuire, Englewood, CO
*For a complete list of all the sessions offered at the 2018 Annual Conference please view the Conference Program.
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