|Release Date: 11/12/2021|
AILA's International Adoption and Other Immigration Options for Children is the go-to source on international adoption and immigration options for children. The second edition of this one-of-a-kind resource covers topics such as:
- History and Trajectory of American International Adoption;
- The Categories of Immigration Options for International Adoption;
- Practice Tips Regarding Intercountry Assisted Reproduction;
- Habitual Residency Issues;
- Nonconvention Filing Procedures for U.S. Citizen Adoptive Parents When Child Was Last Habitually Resident in a Convention Country;
- “Adopted Child” Petition—Form I-130;
- Tips for Long-Pending Adoption-Based Cases and Denials;
- Obtaining Proof of Citizenship for Adopted Children;
- The Adoption Agency Perspective and Role in Intercountry Adoption;
- Hague Abduction Law for the Adoption Lawyer; and
- Immigration alternatives to adoption, including overviews of options available with Asylum, U and T Visas, and VAWA
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Dan Berger is a partner at the immigration law firm of Curran, Berger & Kludt in Northampton, MA. He is a founding member of the U.S. Alliance of International Entrepreneurs, an Honorary Fellow of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys, on the Legal Advisory Board of the Presidents’ Alliance on Immigration & Higher Education, and a member of the USCIS Liaison Committee and also the newly formed Afghanistan Task Force for AILA. Dan has a particular focus on DACA and undocumented students, providing advice and evaluating options for longer term status, and is an immigration law adviser to two grants on the use of DNA technology in immigration. Dan developed his interest in immigration at Harvard University, where he studied immigration history and taught English to adult refugees. Dan graduated from Cornell Law School and has been an immigration attorney for over 20 years.
Gretchen Korb-Nice is an attorney licensed in the States of Washington and Oregon whose practice focuses on immigration, adoption, and child-custody matters. She is a partner at the law firm of Holman Cahill Garrett Ives Oliver & Andersen, PLLC in Seattle, WA. Ms. Korb-Nice is the co-author of the Washington State Family Law Deskbook chapter on Adoption. She is a graduate of Seattle University School of Law.