The Ins and Outs of Lawful Admission - Recording (.MP3)
02:00 PM (ET)
A foreign national’s U.S. immigration status depends, at least in part, upon whether he or she has been lawfully admitted to the United States. Generally, an individual is lawfully admitted by presenting his or her visa to CBP at a border point and then entering the United States. However, there are situations that are not so straightforward. Join our panelists for a discussion of how to analyze and categorize the many ways a foreign national can physically come into the United States.
- Entering with Somebody Else’s Passport or Border Crossing Card: How Can an Individual Prove Lawful Admission?
- Convincing USCIS That a “Wave Through” at the Border Constitutes a Lawful Admission for Purposes of Adjustment of Status
- Cruise Ships Leaving from and Returning to the United States: Do Foreign Nationals Depart When They Leave and/or Are They Admitted When They Return?
- Traveling from the United States to Canada or Mexico and Returning: How Is the Status of a Nonimmigrant Affected?
- Returning LPRs Considered “Arriving Aliens” and Why This Designation Matters
- Correcting CBP Mistakes on I-94s or Entry Stamps