Travel Ban: On-the-Ground Updates on the Waiver Process - Recording (.MP3)
Since the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the legality of “Travel Ban 3.0” in the summer of 2018, the waiver process has lacked transparency, consistency, and formal guidance, leaving a cloud of uncertainty for affected immigrants. The panelists will provide an update on recent trends immigration attorneys are experiencing throughout the waiver process at U.S. embassies around the world. They also will discuss advising clients whose lives have been put on hold due to the ban.
- Who Is Subject to Travel Ban 3.0, and What Are the Exemptions?
- How the Waiver Process Is Being Implemented at Various U.S. Embassies: Reports and Anecdotes
- Establishing Eligibility for a Waiver, Strengthening the Waiver Application, and Preparing Your Client for the Consular Interview
- What to Expect After the Interview: How to Address Administrative Processing, Denials, or Approvals
- The Latest Litigation and Challenges to Travel Ban 3.0
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