Events and Trainings

VAWA Inadmissibility & Adjustment Issues

01/29/2019 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Join us for a CLE Webinar

VAWA Inadmissibility & Adjustment Issues

Tuesday, January 29, 2019  - 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm (EST)



Are you encountering problems with local office VAWA adjustments?  Do you have self-petitioners eligible to adjust within the next year? Join Executive Director, Gail Pendleton and Senior Legal Counsel, Laura Flores Bachman  for an interactive discussion on emerging inadmissibility and other challenges facing VAWA adjustment applicants. This CLE will identify and suggest strategies for handling the latest problems with VAWA adjustments at local offices, including best practices for representing VAWA self-petitioners with inadmissibility issues, overcoming reinstatement, avoiding procedural irregularities,  and working with USCIS local field offices.

Please note that this webinar is intermediate/advanced; it assumes knowledge and experience doing applications for VAWA survivors.

Link to Agenda HERE                                       Link to Faculty Bios HERE

Note: An application for TX CLE credit (2 hrs) is pending.

Who can participate in this webinar?

ASISTA is offering this webinar FREE for members of ASISTA or the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild (NIPNLG). All others may join ASISTA or pay for the webinar individually (see below for payment information).



Not a member? ASISTA membership includes a year's worth of free technical assistance, individual case interventions with CIS and other DHS agencies, and access to ASISTA webinars! Please CLICK HERE for membership information.


Per-Webinar Cost for non-ASISTA/NIPNLG members:

Individual   $100.00                    Agency   $150.00 (more than one participant)


Payment Information

After you register for the webinar, you will be given payment instructions. Please make sure you complete this step to secure your registration. Please contact with any questions.



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