Accidental Adjustments: How to Handle Wrongly Issued Status - Recording (.MP3)
To err is human, as we know, and USCIS staff certainly is not exempt from this. For example: a client, intending no fraud or deceit, may be unaware of his or her ineligibility for lawful permanent resident (LPR) status when applying for adjustment, but USCIS unwittingly grants it anyway. Years often pass before anyone notices this “accidental adjustment,” by which point the client may no longer qualify for this status. How can you help your client in these instances? Our panel of experts will discuss the typical scenarios leading to such discoveries and address the potential remedies available.
- What to Do When Your Client Suspects (or Knows) His or Her Green Card Was Issued in Error
- Typical Circumstances That Lead to a Discovery of Wrongfully Granted LPR Status
- When Can USCIS Commence Rescission Proceedings?
- How to Get an NTA Issued When Your Client Wants to Go into Removal Proceedings to Correct the Error
- Remedies for When the Government Refuses to Place Your Client into Removal Proceedings