Naturalization: To File or Not to File AC19 (.MP3)
A transgression outside of the statutory period may not affect your client's eligibility for citizenship, but still may make your client removable. Panelists on this intermediate-level session will look at the recent case law regarding N-400 eligibility in removal proceedings and explore the strategic considerations in determining whether to file for naturalization when there is a risk of removal.
- Conduct Outside of the Statutory Period That Can Make Your Client Removable
- To File or Not to File? Is There a Backup Plan?
- Jurisdiction Over N-400 Once an NTA Is Issued
- Know Your Local Office and Other Practice Tips
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