U.S. immigration law provides for waivers of inadmissibility for certain types of criminal convictions. However, the law regarding who qualifies for such waivers is complex and the preparation of such cases can be challenging. This webinar will specifically focus on waivers available under sections 212(h) and 209(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act. Presenters will discuss the eligibility requirements, when an aggravated felony conviction bars a 212(h) waiver, how to establish eligibility for a marijuana waiver under section 212(h), and the heightened standard under both 212(h) and 209(c) for those convicted of “violent or dangerous” crimes. The session will also cover strategies and practical tips on preparing compelling waiver applications.
CA MCLE: 1.5
Training prices: CLINIC Affiliates – $35, Nonprofit Agency Staff – $60, Private Attorneys and Staff – $100
* Registration deadline: August 9, 2022
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