Developments in Waivers: The I-601A, Removal Proceedings, and Beyond - Recording (.MP3)
The practice of preparing and submitting applications for waivers of inadmissibility has never been dull. Recent developments in USCIS practice and case law involving the Attorney General, however, have challenged practitioners in new, often unprecedented ways. As a result, practitioners now must be prepared to deal with revocations of I-601A waivers, client arrests at USCIS interviews, and limits on the authority of judges to administratively close or terminate removal procedures to allow for provisional waiver adjudications. Our panel of experts will discuss the latest trends in waiver adjudications and advise on best practices to prepare for, and respond to, these changes.
- Strategies for Pursuing an I-601A Waiver in Removal Proceedings After Matter of Castro-Tum
- Updates Regarding the I-212 and I-601A Waiver Combination and the Risk of Arrests at USCIS Interviews
- Expert Tips for Preparing Waiver Packets in Light of the June 2018 RFE and NOID Guidance
- What's Next? Moving Forward After an I-601A Revocation by the Consulate
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