|Live Event Date: 11/15/2022|
|Web Seminar||90 min.||Yes|
Is your client stuck outside the United States and you don’t know how to help them? Alternatively, is your client inside the United States and you are unsure whether they should depart or stay in the country? Don’t panic! There are several types of parole within immigration law for applicants both inside and outside of the United States. Join our panel of experts on this fundamentals seminar to learn about these different types of parole, the qualifications necessary for each, and which one may be best for your client.
- Deferred Action vs. Parole-in-Place vs. Humanitarian: Knowing (and Weighing) the Options
- Successes and Failures
- Effect of Other Applications: Pending I-130, Employment Authorization Document
- Military and Non-Military (i.e., Medical or Other Creative Options)
- Seeking Parole at the Border or Ports of Entry
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Maria F. Glinsmann (DL), Gaithersburg, MD
Maria Fuster Glinsmann is a principal at Glinsmann Immigration recognized by US News and World Report and Martindale Hubbell with their highest honors. She received her J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center (1993) after graduating cum laude, from the University of Maryland, Smith School of Business as a Banneker Scholar. She is admitted to practice law in Maryland, the District of Columbia and a member of the bar of the US Supreme Court.
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