Marriage-Based Immigration

Marriage-based immigration imposes special rules and procedures that often present distinct challenges for the practitioner. We will cover topics such as establishing bona fide marriages, meeting higher standards of proof in some cases, addressing prior marriages and divorce, challenging allegations of fraud, removing the two-year conditions on permanent residency, and anticipating potential ethical issues in representing multiple parties. We will also cover the significance of state laws that govern where the parties will reside, in addition to federal public policy standards.

Workshop Day

Workshop Time

11:00 am ~ 12:30 pm