Presentation to Los Angeles County Bar Immigration Section

Attached is my April 30, 2016 presentation to the Los Angeles County Bar Association.  I provided analysis and information about US Citizenship and Immigration’s adjudication of cases in which the green card applicant entered the United States through a port of entry, but did not have a valid visa.  This is commonly known as Quilantan: the surname of the litigant in the controlling case.

Matter of Quilantan presentation

[pptx, 1.7 Mb]

Posted in News Blog

Contact Us

Call the office at (310) 597 4220 or send a message below

Top
Pamela L HartmanClients’ ChoiceAward 2017
Pamela L HartmanReviewsout of 27 reviews

Immigration Impact

  • HUD Proposes to Evict Citizens and Immigrants...
    04/24/2019

    An estimated 25,000 families in public housing are of mixed-status, meaning that at least one family member is a citizen, legal permanent resident, or refugee and another member is undocumented. Although undocumented immigrants do not qualify for housing benefits, current rules allow them to live […]

  • USCIS Says Immigrants Who Use Legal Marijuana Can...
    04/23/2019

    Under a new guidance issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), immigrants may find themselves barred from obtaining citizenship if they possess or use marijuana—even if doing so is legal where they live. The new policy also clarifies that even employment in the industry can […]