Adjustment Seminar Deadline Is Thursday, October 28th
Adjustment of Status is a critical, but often complicated and confusing
area of immigration law practice. "Unraveling The Mysteries In Adjustment
Of Status" is a 3-part telephonic seminar which will un-entangle some of
the thorny issue in this immigration law sub-specialty. The highlights for
each session are as follows:
The deadline to register is Thursday, October 28th. For more info, detailed
curriculum, speaker bios, and registration information, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/october2004.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/october2004.pdf.)
- FIRST Phone Session on October 29th: family adjustments, asylee adjustments, DV lottery winner adjustments, adjustment in removal proceedings
- SECOND Phone Session on November 10th: employment-based adjustments, portability & concurrent filing issues
- THIRD Phone Session on December 2nd: EAD & travel issues during adjustment
Detailed Curriculum For "Unraveling The Mysteries In Adjustment Of Status"
The detailed curriculum for "Unraveling The Mysteries In Adjustment Of Status" is as follows:
FIRST Phone Session on October 29th
I. FAMILY ADJUSTMENTS
II. ASYLEE ADJUSTMENTS
- Understanding the 245(c) bars properly)
- Exceptions for Immediate relatives
- Adjustment in Preference cases - Nonimmigrants
- V-visa Adjustments - Akhtar case
- 245(i) discussion
- CSPA impact
III. DV LOTTERY WINNER ADJUSTMENTS
- Understanding the cut-off date
- Class Action Lawsuit - Ngwanyia case
- EADs for approved asylees
- Travel w/o Advance Parole
- Travel to country of persecution
IV. ADJUSTMENT IN REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS
- Knowing when to file
- Mechanics of DV adjustment filings
- FY deadline
- 3/10 year bar issues
- Renewing Denied I-485 Before the IJ
- Filing new I-485; 245(i) grandfathering issues
- Arriving Alien Issues
- Advance Parole vs. other parole (e.g., deferred inspection or humanitarian parole)
- Cancellation Adjustment for Arriving Aliens
SECOND Phone Session on November 10th:
I. EMPLOYMENT-BASED ADJUSTMENTS
II. PORTABILITY & CONCURRENT FILING ISSUES
- Deciding between Adjustment vs. Consular processing
- Reasons why to favor adjusting
- Reasons why to favor Consular
- Designating choice on I-140 - locked-in?
- Prospect of visa number backlogs again
- INA § 204 (j) & the Yates Memo
- When to notify CIS of the change in jobs
- Gap in employment between jobs
- What is "same or similar" ?
- Cut in pay at new job?
- New employer's ability to pay?
- Firstland case
- Portability & concurrent filing - impact of the Fujie Ohata memo dated 3/31/04
- Portability and consular processing
THIRD Phone Session on December 2nd:
I. EAD & TRAVEL ISSUES DURING ADJUSTMENT
The deadline to register is Thursday, October 28th. For more info, detailed curriculum, speaker bios, and registration information, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/october2004.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/october2004.pdf.)
- EAD extensions - timing
- Maintaining nonimmigrant status
- Advance Parole (General Rule) - 8 CFR 245.2(a)(4)(ii)(A) & (B)
- Renewing Adv. Parole & Travel Limitations
- Timing for Adv. Parole extensions
- Exception for H-1B & L-1s and their dependents - 8 CFR 245.2(a)(4)(ii)(C)
- May 25, 2000 memo on the rules for H-1Bs & L-1s
- Common scenarios
- Advance Parole & portability cases
J-1 Legislative Update
Gregory Siskind writes "Congress is very close to passing a physician immigration bill that will make a number of improvements to the current system for J-1 waiver processing."
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