Family–AC19 Track Bundle (.MP3)
This comprehensive set features recordings of each of the sessions that comprise the Family track at the 2019 Annual Conference.
- How to Represent Your Client Zealously at a USCIS Interview
- Working with Interpreters
- Filing for Adjustment or Naturalization with a Disabled Applicant: Special Issues You're Likely to Encounter and How to Overcome Them
- Ever-Changing USCIS Policies: New Ethical Considerations in Family Immigration
- Identifying and Ethically Handling Fraud in Marriage Cases
- RFE, NOID, and NOIR Strategies
- Naturalization: To File or Not to File
- What Do You Mean I’m Not a U.S. Citizen?
- Travel Ban: Which Countries, Which Types of Visas, and Waivers
- How to Prepare a Personal Statement for Waivers
- Documenting Hardship: Thinking Outside the Box
- Working with Consular Posts on Unique Applications
- Consular Processing: When Things Go Wrong
- Obtaining Health Care and Public Benefits
- Improving Your Client and Staff Relationships Through Diversity Training
- SIJS: From State Court to Green Card
- Advanced T Visa Issues
- J-1 Waivers for Newlyweds
- Complex I-130 Issues: Part I—The Petitioner
- Complex I-130 Issues: Part II—The Beneficiary with a Removal Order
- Complex I-130 Issues: Part III—Avoiding and Conquering I-130 Denials
- Complicated I-751s
- VAWA/U Visa Mini-Track: Part I—Creative Classifications
- VAWA/U Visa Mini-Track: Part II—Updates from VSC and the Field
- Taxation and Family Immigration: When the Numbers Get Foggy
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