Revisiting the Child Status Protection Act - Recording (.MP3)
With visa retrogression on the rise in categories that, historically, have been current, it’s time to think about the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) and how it can work for (or possibly against) your client. The panelists will discuss the various aspects of the CSPA, including calculating the CSPA age, reviewing what actions “stop” the clock, and brainstorming strategic ways the CSPA can work to your client’s advantage.
- Brief History of CSPA
- Review of Key Provisions and How They Impact Long-Pending Green Card Applications
- CSPA Age Calculation: Multiple Factors to Consider
- What Actions Stop the Clock?
- Strategic Considerations for Protecting Your Clients
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