is pleased to launch a new seminar - Family Immigration for Experts!

Three session will be held:
July 19th: Marriage
August 9th: Non-Spouse Relative
September 6th: Bars to Admissibility

*For additional information on each topic, please see below.

Robert Frank of Frank and Pollack will serve as the Discussion Leader; other speakers to be announced soon!

*For additional information on this seminar series and to register, please follow this link:

*To register by mail or fax, please follow this link:

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FIRST Phone Session on July 19: Marriage

Prior marriages and prior applications
Issues if there is prior removal/deportation proceedings
What was basis of divorce?
Should they get married or come as a fiancé
Pitfalls what to watch out for
What if they are not living together?
What about the I-751, getting the denial reviewed, filing a second I-751
Ethical problems representing husband and wife
Challenging a fraud finding
Consequences of the Adam Walsh Act

SECOND Phone Session on August 9: Non-Spouse Relative

Children and stepchildren
Marriage of the unmarried child
Illegitimate children/ Proving the relationship
Adopted children
Death of Petitioner
Bringing the family from abroad initial processing or following to join

THIRD Phone Session on September 6: Bars to Admissibility

Criminal Issues:
Effect of aggravated felony conviction
What is a crime involving moral turptidue
Disclosure of conviction, effect of expungement
What about drug convictions, Where do you live
Obtaining a 212(h) waiver
Non-Criminal Grounds of Inadmissibility
Waiver of Non-Criminal Grounds of Inadmissibility
Other problems:
False SS#
Passport shows entry in home country while in US