|Live Event Date: 05/16/2023|
|Web Seminar||90 min.||Yes|
In recent times, Cuban Adjustment Act applicants have faced more challenges because many do not receive parole documents when they are processed at the U.S. border. Instead, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials issue most of these individuals an I-220A, Order of Release on Recognizance. Several lawsuits are awaiting decisions on whether the I-220A is the legal equivalent of parole, and a judicial split has developed on the issue. Panelists for this intermediate-to-advanced seminar will review the pending litigation, arguments being made, and the potential impact on non-Cuban foreign nationals seeking to adjust after release from detention.
- Release from detention with an I-220A, humanitarian parole under INA §212(d)(5), ICE bond, or judicial bond
- How do these differ, and what implication does each have for adjustment?
- “Arriving aliens” vs. “present without inspection”: Why does the distinction matter?
- Where courts stand: review of current decisions
- Cuban Adjustment Act litigation update, and why it matters for everyone else
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Juliana G. Lamardo (DL), Miami, FL
*Hussein Sadruddin, AILA Removal Defense Section Steering Committee, Dallas, TX
*Taylor Levy, Moraga, CA