AILA's Focus on the Child Status Protection Act

AILA's Focus on the Child Status Protection Act

AILA's Focus on the Child Status Protection Act, 4th ed. (eBook)
Release Date: 01/08/2024
Format Size ISBN/SKU
eBook 164 pages 978-1-57370-538-1

AILA's Focus on the Child Status Protection Act is newly updated and includes:

  • The administrative and federal court decisions defining key terms;
  • The latest on retention of priority dates for aged-out derivatives;
  • The statutory provision on widows and derivative children; and
  • Clarification on visa retrogression and the CSPA

This book provides an easy-to-understand explanation for all of the CSPA provisions and includes a sample worksheet and examples to help make this complex area more intelligible.

AILA's CSPA explains:

  • How immediate-relative children preserve their "child" status
  • How F-2A children preserve their "child" status
  • How derivatives in the employment and preference categories preserve their "child" status
  • What the effect is of the petitioner naturalizing and how the child can opt out of conversion to the F-1 category

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Charles Wheeler Charles Wheeler is an attorney with Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC) in Oakland, CA, where he works in its Training and Technical Assistance section. CLINIC provides training, technical support, legislative analysis, and legal reference materials for nonprofit immigration programs throughout the United States. It also advocates on behalf of low-income immigrants at the local and national level through administrative advocacy. Prior to joining CLINIC, Mr. Wheeler directed the National Immigration Law Center in Los Angeles (1985– 96), and the Farmworker Program of Colorado Rural Legal Services in Denver (1979–84). He has been specializing in immigration law and immigrants’ rights issues for more than 40 years. He is considered an expert in several aspects of immigration law. He was the 2002 recipient of the Daniel Levy Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement in Immigration Law, awarded by Matthew Bender LexisNexis. He was a 1989 recipient of the Carol King Award for Achievement in Litigation, awarded by the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Maryland School of Law