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Adjustment of Status vs Consular Proceedings (Update)

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Produced on March 19, 2019

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Course Information

Time 61 minutes
Difficulty Intermediate

Course Description

Securing lawful permanent residence in the United States for a non-citizen is a difficult process, and immigration attorneys must pay a great deal of patience and attention. In this program, attorney Carla Prosper outlines a practical, nuts and bolts introduction to consular processing and adjustment of status, the two methods for obtaining an immigrant visa. First, the program reviews the eligibility requirements and governing rules of each procedure. Focusing on several relevant sections of the Immigration and Nationality Act, Ms. Prosper compares and contrasts consular processing and adjustment of status, and makes recommendations for choosing which procedure to use. This program will provide immigration attorneys with valuable skills to help their clients successfully obtain green cards and secure permanent resident status in the United States.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Summarize adjustment of status
  2. Differentiate eligibility & visa availability
  3. Understand consular processing
  4. Describe adjustment of status versus consular processing

Credit Information

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Faculty

Carla Prosper

Law Office of Carla C. Prosper

A passionate and dedicated Clifton immigration attorney, Carla Prosper has an excellent track record. She provides a wide range of immigration services through the Law Office of Carla C. Prosper, a respected law firm with an exceptional reputation in Clifton. Her knowledge, empathy, and commitment are immediately evident to both clients and fellow attorneys, who are also impressed by her ability to navigate difficult courtroom situations. She is a wonderful legal advocate to have on your side as you deal with the complexities of immigration law.

Prior to pursuing a career in immigration law, Carla earned her International Business Management degree at Villanova University. She then studied law at Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Upon graduating from law school, she began her legal career at Wilens & Baker, where she was an associate attorney. She also served as associate attorney at Sullivan and Graber. She took a step up in her legal career as a co-founder and partner at Prosper and Rodriguez LLC. More recently, she has decided to launch a sole proprietorship, known as the Law Office of Carla C. Prosper. In addition to serving a variety of immigration clients, she provides of counsel for criminal defense attorneys with a need for a greater understanding of immigration concerns.

Carla is passionate about immigration law, which is the primary area of focus at her law firm. She handles a variety of immigration cases, including those involving both businesses and families. She is also very active in the legal community; she has been a proud member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association for nearly a decade. Regularly endorsed both by clients and fellow attorneys, Carla is often commended for her empathetic service. Immigration clients also appreciate her fluency in multiple languages, including French, Spanish, and Haitian Creole.



Reviews

KS
Keshab S.

Great work

RW
Rufus W.

very clear and well developed

JC
June C.

Excellent

DG
Daniel G.

Great job

MO
Michael O.

The instructor was really great. Perfect speed.

TF
Tonya F.

The content was very informative. I wasn't sure what to expect from this webinar and I walked away with several key points of information as I continue to grow and expand my knowledge of Immigration Law.

AJ
Allen J.

I REALLY appreciated her taking time to answer questions! This area of law is not "taught" but learned and I appreciate her sharing some real-world experience with us.

AB
Adria B.

Very informative, great job!

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