Strategies for I-601 Waivers in Adjustment of Status Cases - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
Does your client need a Form I-601 waiver to adjust status in the United States? Our panel of experts will discuss how to identify, challenge, and waive inadmissibility grounds during the adjustment of status (AOS) process. Alleged misrepresentations, unlawful presence, smuggling, criminal grounds, issues with legalized marijuana, and other grounds of inadmissibility will be addressed.
- Recent Trends and Updates Regarding Inadmissibility Findings, the Adjudication of I-601 Waivers by Different USCIS District Offices
- How to Challenge Alleged Grounds of Inadmissibility, Including Misrepresentations, Unlawful Presence, Smuggling, and Other Grounds
- When Is the Best Time to File the Form I-601 and Supporting Documentation?
- Preparing a Successful Waiver Application and Supporting Documentation: Best Practices What Are the Options for Appeal, Review Before an Immigration Judge, or Refiling If an I-601 Waiver Is Denied?
- The Effects of COVID-19 on I-601 Waivers in AOS Cases
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