Regulatory and Policy Changes at USCIS and DOS: Part I AC19 (.MP3)

Regulatory and Policy Changes at USCIS and DOS: Part I AC19 (.MP3)

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Recorded 06/19/19
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 60 min.
Format MP3
SKU AC19-W107-DL

As the Trump administration winds its way into its third year, numerous profound changes to “business as usual” continue to take place, affecting everything from Requests for Evidence (RFEs) to Notices to Appear (NTAs), and everything in between. Keeping up with these changes is a nightmare, and knowing what to do next can be difficult to determine. In Part I of this session, panelists will assess the impact and implications of various regulatory and policy changes at USCIS since the last annual conference for both family and business cases and provide tips for coping with this rapidly changing environment. Panelists will also suggest sessions that might be of interest to attendees that relate to these changes.


  • Regulations and Agency Memoranda
  • Changes in Procedure, Proactive Filings
  • RFEs
  • Suing, Refiling
  • Ethical Issues

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  • Dagmar Butte (DL), AILA Board of Governors/2019 Annual Conference Business Chair, Portland, OR
  • Michael R. Jarecki, AILA Board of Governors, Chicago, IL
  • Kevin W. Miner, AILA Board of Governors, Atlanta, GA
  • Robert H. Cohen, Columbus, OH