Avoiding Denials in Extreme Hardship Immigration Petitions: Strategies & Obstacles for the Evaluator & Lawyer

Presented by Mark Silver

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Course Description

Length: 1h 5min    Published: 4/14/2016    
Immigration lawyers must contend with the possibility that extreme hardship petitions may be denied by the USCIS. In this seminar, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Attorney with experience in criminal mitigation and immigration representation, Mark Silver will highlight and discuss the major reasons for denials of extreme hardship petitions by the USCIS.

Mr. Silver will then instruct attorneys how to analyze these denials and subsequently employ best practices in efforts to overcome the related obstacles. Further, Mr. Silver will advise how attorneys can respond to denials through the advocacy of the psychosocial forensic experts working in conjunction with immigration lawyers.

Learning Objectives:

I. Anticipate and mitigate denials in extreme hardship petitions

II. Respond to anticipated denials through proactive measures and interventions

III. Leverage the advocacy of a psychosocial forensic expert

IV. Benefit from psychosocial forensic expertise in responding to petition denials

Learning Objectives
* Learn to anticipate and mitigate denials in extreme hardship petitions
* Respond to anticipated denials through proactive measures
* Leverage the advocacy of a psychosocial forensic expert

Speaker Q&A

Presented By:

Mark Silver

225 Broadway, Suite 715, NY, NY 10007

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