Select Topics in Family-Based Immigration Law Training
This intensive two day training will provide updated information on selected topics in family-based immigration, including the new proposed provisional waiver of the unlawful presence ground of inadmissibility. We will discuss who may seek a provisional waiver in the U.S. and the proposed new form and process. The training will also cover: establishing qualifying family relationships for relative petitions; priority date retention and conversion; the Child Status Protection Act; relief available to widows and other surviving relatives following the death of the petitioner or principal beneficiary; adjustment of status and consular processing; completing the affidavit of support; select inadmissibility issues; filing effective inadmissibility waivers and ethics in family-based immigration.
The training will be presented by CLINIC attorneys Kristina Karpinski and Debbie Smith. A representative from the USCIS office in New Hampshire has also been invited to participate.
The training will also feature an optional tour of the National Visa Center in Portsmouth, NH on July 12th and a question and answer session with NVC Director Kimberly Kelly. Space for the NVC visit is limited to the first 38 people who register for the tour.