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  • Practice Tip – Documenting Timely Departures from the U.S.(28 KB - 12/28/2007)
    AILA Liaison practice tip provides strategies for situations where an applicant for admission or adjustment of status may be required to prove that he or she did not overstay a period of authorized admission.
    AILA Doc. No. 07122860.
  • AILA Liaison/CBP Q & As (3/14/07)(53 KB - 6/7/2007)
    The 3/14/07 AILA Liaison/ CBP Q & As address the Inspector’s Field Manual, recording departure dates, minimal and old overstays, travel during NIV extensions, CBP issuance of I-551 stamps, I-94s, NEXUS/SENTRI standardization, the “Trusted Traveler” program and other matters.
    AILA Doc. No. 07060775.
  • Changes to CBP Admissibility Review Office (ARO) for Nonimmigrant Waiver Processing (11/29/2006)
    The CBP Admissibility Review Office advised AILA that is has a new director and temporary location and provided guidance on I-192 filings for waivers of admissibility.
    AILA Doc. No. 06112967.
  • Minutes of AILA-CBP Liaison Meeting (3/22/06) (10/5/2006)
    Minutes of AILA-CBP Liaison Meeting held on March 22, 2006, discussing updates to information on CBP website, deferred inspection policies and sites, data integration, parole and extension, E-3 visas, TN inspections and admissions, NSEERS, US VISIT, and other topics.
    AILA Doc. No. 06100666.
  • CBP Posts Area Port and Port Director Contacts to CBP Web Site (9/29/2006)
    In a letter to AILA, CBP Admissibility Requirements and Migration Control Executive Director Paul Morris informs AILA that the CBP has centralized Area Port and Port Director contact information on the CBP web site.
    AILA Doc. No. 06092969.
  • CBP Advises on Use of Emergency or Temporary Passports for Visa Waiver (VWP) Admission(59 KB - 7/13/2006)
    CBP informs AILA that certain non-machine-readable temporary and emergency travel documents will be accepted for admission under VWP. Letter advises when carriers will be held harmless from fine, and when secondary inspection and parole will be required. Sample Japanese “Travel Document” provided.
    AILA Doc. No. 06071360.
  • CBP Address to Correct Admission “Hits” (6/12/2006)
    CBP advises AILA on address to which to send requests to correct erroneous admission “hits.”
    AILA Doc. No. 06061260.
  • Information Requested About Land Port Of Entry (POE) Practices (2/3/2006)
    AILA's CBP liaison committee seeks information reflecting land port of entry practices with respect to attorney representation and acceptable types of payment.
    AILA Doc. No. 06020360.
  • Notes from NGO Meeting with CBP (8/11/05)(39 KB - 11/23/2005)
    Discussions in a meeting between non-governmental organizations and officials from U.S. Customs and Border Protection included such topics as erroneous I-94s, CBP officer training, NSEERS, and expedited removal.
    AILA Doc. No. 05112369.
  • Minutes from CBP Liaison Meeting (3/16/05, with updates)(135 KB - 8/16/2005)
    Unofficial minutes from the 3/16/05 AILA liaison meeting with CBP, including subsequent updates and practice pointers. Topics discussed included waivers, deferred inspection, NSEERS, databases, advance parole, returning residents, and I-94s.
    AILA Doc. No. 05081667.
  • CBP Liaison Minutes on US-VISIT (2/4/05)(116 KB - 6/30/2005)
    Discussions with DHS' Customs and Border Protection and US-VISIT officials included such topics as visitors, processes and procedures, databases, and I-94 cards.
    AILA Doc. No. 05063061.
  • Admissibility Review Office Advises AILA on New FBI Name Check Procedure (5/9/2005)
    The CBP Border Liaison & Advocacy Committee has learned from the Admissibility Review Office (“ARO”) that CBP issued a memorandum to the field on 5/5/05 regarding a change in procedure associated with I-192 waivers of inadmissibility.
    AILA Doc. No. 05050977.
  • Notes from NGO Meeting with Border Patrol Chief (1/31/05)(27 KB - 3/23/2005)
    Disucssions in a meeting between non-governmental organizations, including AILA, and the Office of the Chief of Border Patrol, included such topics as infrastructure proposals, MOU between ICE and CBP, and expedited removal.
    AILA Doc. No. 05032361.
 
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