Hot Topics Regarding Deferred Action, Parole, and Parole-in-Place - Recording (.MP3)
The Trump administration has systematically sought to deconstruct systems for deferred action, parole, and parole-in-place. Our panel of experts addresses the current state of deferred action and parole requests, and how to prepare clients for possible changes in the future.
- How Is USCIS Handling Non-Military Deferred Action Requests?
- Best Practices and Litigation Strategies: Responding to Increasing Wait Times for U Visa Deferred Action
- What Is the Outlook for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and What Are Best Practices for Renewals?
- What Is the Status of Military Parole-in-Place, and What Should Attorneys Do Now to Prepare for Possible Changes?
- Current Policy and Best Practices: Parole Requests for Humanitarian Reasons or Wait-Listed U Visa Applicants
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