Post I-601A: Helping your Clients Navigate Consular Processing to Become Residents

After your client’s I-601A waiver is approved, there are still a number of steps, new agencies, and international travel before your client becomes a resident. This CLE will briefly address filing your client’s application for residency with the National Visa Center, how to get your clients scheduled for an interview abroad at a US consulate, with a particular focus on the US Consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and how to bring your clients home. We will also briefly cover some potential inadmissibility issues clients can encounter at their medical exam or consular interview, which will help you better issue spot when screening clients for possible I-601A waivers.

Inventories and Accounts for Minors & Disabled Persons

In this seminar, Steve Raminiak comprehensively explains how to draft Inventories and Accounts (a/k/a Accountings) for Guardianship Estates in Cook County, Illinois. In doing so, Steve also provides guidance as to other filings which often accompany these items such as Budgets, Petitions for Disbursements, and pleadings that request Surety Bond modifications. Models will be provided in PDF and XLS formats. All materials and explanations will synthesize Illinois statutes, Cook County rules, and Steve’s experiences with Judges’ expectations.

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