Don’t Let Your I-601A Backfire: Dealing with Multiple Unlawful Entries - Recording (.MP3)

Don’t Let Your I-601A Backfire: Dealing with Multiple Unlawful Entries - Recording (.MP3)

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Recorded 9/19/2019
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format MP3
SKU AS2019-09-19-DL

Submitting a well-prepared I-601A, Application for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver, can pave the way for your client to obtain his or her long-awaited green card. But watch out! It could instead backfire and leave your client stuck outside the United States if he or she is subject to inadmissibility under INA §212(a)(9)(C). On the other hand, some clients with multiple unlawful entries are still eligible for an I-601A waiver. Our panel of experts will provide practical guidance for how to analyze unlawful presence, multiple unlawful entries, and whether your client is eligible for an I-601A waiver.

Featured Topics

  • How Are Periods of Unlawful Presence Calculated, and What Is the Effect of Unlawful Presence Before April 1, 1997?
  • What Is the “Minor Exception” to the Accrual of Unlawful Presence Under INA §212(a)(9)(B)(iii)(I), and to Which Bars of Inadmissibility Does It Apply?
  • When Do Prior Unlawful Entries Result in Non-Waivable Inadmissibility Under INA §212(a)(9)(C)?
  • Can a Client with Multiple Unlawful Prior Entries Still Be Eligible for an I-601A Provisional Waiver?
  • Are Clients with a Prior Removal Order Eligible to File an I-601A Waiver? What Is the Process of Pairing the I-601A and I-212 Waivers?

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