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]

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