|Live Event Date: 4/27/2021|
|Web Seminar||90 min.||Yes|
DACA is back, as is advance parole for DACA recipients. What have you forgotten, and what has changed in the months since the new administration took over? Are you new to DACA? Join us in this refresher session, where our experts will discuss the traditional DACA eligibility requirements and address the newer nuances. Find out who qualifies now, what the implications of criminal convictions are, who can apply for an advance parole document, and what happens to those who allowed status to lapse. The panelists also will touch on what else to expect from the new administration, and what can be done to expand DACA and/or advance the DREAM Act.
- DACA Eligibility Requirements
- Eligibility for Advance Parole
- Implications of Criminal Convictions
- What the Biden Administration Can Do to Expand DACA and/or Pass the DREAM Act
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Maurice H. Goldman (DL), Tucson, AZ
Maurice H. Goldman is an attorney with Goldman & Goldman, PC. Mr. Goldman received his J.D. from Hofstra University in 2000. He is currently serving as the chair of the 2021 AILA Annual Conference committee and is a member of the AILA Well-Being committee. He is a past chair of the AILA Arizona Chapter and has previously served on the AILA Board of Governors.
Monica Lira Bravo, Dallas, TX
Monica Lira Bravo is the owner and managing attorney of Lira Bravo Law. She is board certified in immigration and nationality law by Texas Board of Legalization and was the founding chair of the Dallas Bar Association, Immigration law section. She received her J.D. from Texas Tech School of Law (2007). Her practice focuses on family based immigration: helping individuals secure work permits, legal permanent residency, citizenship; and removal defense.
Julia Manglano Toro, Washington, DC
Karen C. Tumlin, Los Angeles, CA
Karen C. Tumlin is a nationally recognized impact litigator focusing on immigrants’ rights. She has is the founder and director of the Justice Action Center, a non-profit that deploys an innovative model that advances the rights of immigrant communities by connecting cutting-edge impact litigation and storytelling. Karen has successfully litigated numerous cases of national importance, including challenging President Trump’s Muslim Ban and his effort to end the DACA program as well as the constitutional challenge to Arizona’s anti-immigrant SB 1070 law.
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