I-212 Waivers and Waiting: Overcoming Removals and INA §212(a)(9)(C) - Recording (.MP3)
Although it is commonly referred to as the “permanent bar,” INA §212(a)(9)(C) is not permanent. Similarly, a removal order does not always necessitate permanent removal. Our panel of experts will address how to create a plan of return for clients facing removal. They also will discuss how to utilize I-212 waivers and the passage of time to bring clients back to the United States.
- Analyzing Whether a Client Is Subject to the Permanent Bar
- Advising Clients Regarding Overcoming INA §212(a)(9)(C) Prior to Departure: U Visas, T Visas, VAWA, and Other Options for Relief
- Developing a Plan for Waiting Out INA §212(a)(9)(C) and Returning to the United States
- Determining Whether an I-212 Waiver Is Needed: Waiting Out or Waiving 5–, 10–, and 20-Year Bars for Prior Removal Orders Under INA §212(a)(9)(A)
- Procedures and Best Practices: Filing I-212 Waivers for Clients Both Inside and Outside of the United States
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