AILA's Focus on the Child Status Protection Act, 2nd Ed.

 
9781573703673: AILA's Focus on the Child Status Protection Act, 2nd Ed.
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AILA's Focus on the Child Status Protection Act is newly updated and includes: The most recent administrative and federal court decisions defining key terms; The latest on retention of priority dates for aged-out derivatives; The new statutory provision on widows and derivative children; and Clarification on visa retrogression and the CSPA This book provides an easy-to-understand explanation for all of the CSPA provisions and includes a flowchart, a sample worksheet, and many hypothetical examples to help make this complex area more intelligible. AILA's CSPA explains: How immediate-relative children preserve their "child" status How F-2A children preserve their "child" status How derivatives in the employment and preference categories preserve their "child" status What the effect is of the petitioner naturalizing and how the child can opt out of conversion to the F-1 category Author and Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC) senior attorney Charles Wheeler draws from his own experience and expertise, as well as from the collective wisdom of other practitioners who have examined, written, and litigated in family-based immigration, to explain the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) and encourages readers to challenge government interpretations that are at odds with the regulation.

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ISBN 10:  1573702641 ISBN 13:  9781573702645
Publisher: American Immigration Lawyers Ass..., 2008
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