Errata and Updates

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Immigration and Nationality Act, 2018 Ed.

On page 177, INA §217(h)(3)(B)(iii) should read as follows:

(iii) Sunset of travel promotion fund fee.— The Secretary may not collect the fee authorized by clause (i)(I) for fiscal years beginning after September 30, 2027.

On page 178, the legislative history for INA §217 should contain an additional entry at the end that reads as follows:

P.L. 115-123 (2/9/18), div. C, title II, §30203(a) [revising (h)(3)(B)(iii) to say September 30, 2027]

Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook, 16th Ed., by Ira J. Kurzban

View corrections, clarifications, and selected updates to the 16th edition of Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook.

The Waivers Book: Advanced Issues in Immigration Law Practice, 2nd Ed.

Please view the corrected version of Form I-192, Application for Advance Permission to Enter as a Nonimmigrant on pages 423 through 430 of The Waivers Book.

Immigration Law and the Family, 4th Ed., Edited by Charles Wheeler

Shortly after Immigration Law and the Family was published, DHS, on July 29, 2016, issued a final rule expanding the availability of the provisional unlawful presence waiver to individuals who would be statutorily eligible for an unlawful presence waiver under INA §212(a)(9)(B)(v). The rule also made additional changes to the current provisional waiver process. Charles Wheeler, the book's editor, provides updated information on the provisional waiver program as a supplement to the section in Chapter 7 of the book entitled, "INA §212(a)(9)(B)(v) Waiver for Unlawful Presence."

Thereafter, on October 21, 2016, USCIS issued policy guidance in its Policy Manual on determinations of extreme hardship to qualifying relatives as required by certain statutory waiver provisions. This guidance became effective December 5, 2016, and is controlling and supersedes any related prior USCIS guidance. In the final guidance, USCIS delineated a number of "particularly significant factors" that "often weigh heavily in support of finding extreme hardship." Charles Wheeler provides updated information to supplement the section in Chapter 7 of the book entitled "Extreme Hardship."