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Outline of Seminar by Ron Klasko "Adjusting Your Thinking: Who Can, Who Can't and Who Shouldn't Adjust Status"

FIRST Phone Session on January 25th:

I. Eligibility for adjustment of status (includes: inspected and admitted or paroled - including "arriving aliens" rule, quota issues including crossing-chargeability, priority date issues, including upgrading and downgrading and retention, admissibility issues, discretion issues, jurisdiction issues, adjustment "portability", maintenance of status issues, "unauthorized employment" issues, immediate relatives, 245(c)(7) and 245(c)(8))

SECOND Phone Session on February 25th:

II. Adjustment of status for status violators (includes 245(k), 245(i) - grandfathering issues, including spouses and children)
III. Travel by adjustment applicants (includes travel with H or L visa, travel with advance parole by H/L aliens, H-4s and L-2s, consequences of parole)
IV. Adjustment vs. consul processing (includes advantages and disadvantages -- factors for choosing, concurrent processing, impact of 3/10 year bar issues)

THIRD Phone Session on March 25th:

V. Adjustment of specific classes of aliens (includes asylees, fiancés/fiancées, conditional residents, visa waiver entrants, exchange visitors, healthcare workers, Cubans/Haitians, S nonimmigrants)
VI. Adjustment denials/Judicial review (includes motion to reopen, renewal in proceedings, rescission)
VII. Issues specific to consular processing (includes documentary issues, admissibility issues, waiver processing, reviewability, representation before and after interview)

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