Establishing Good Moral Character in Naturalization Cases

All naturalization applicants must show that they are of “good moral character” in order to be granted U.S. citizenship. However, it is not always easy to determine which acts may bar an applicant from showing good moral character. This workshop will explain the temporary and permanent bars to showing good moral character. We will work with common examples relating to crimes, taxes, and false claims to U.S. citizenship to help practitioners determine what they need to screen for and how they can best advocate for their clients.

Workshop Day

Workshop Time

11:00 am ~ 12:30 pm