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Brian David Lerner

Brian Lerner’s Legal Guides

567 total


  • I don't have to be separated from my family when I submit the Waiver?

    A video introduction of the effect of the new regulations on submitting the 10 year bar.

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  • How to stay in the U.S. While submitting the Waiver of the 10 year bar

    A video introduction on howto stay in the U.S. While submitting the Waiver of the 10 year bar.

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  • I can stay in the U.S. And submit my Waiver!

    There is going to be a new way to submit the Waiver of the 3/10 year bar. Answer: Normally, you would have to leave the U.S to submit the Waiver and await adjudication outside the U.S. However, it seems that will change. On Jan. 6, 2012, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services...

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  • The new procedure for submitting Waivers of the 10 year bar - allows you to stay INSIDE the U.S.

    A short summary on submitting a Waiver of the 10 year bar.

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  • Why the BIA's 212(c) ruling did not stand up to muster at the U.S. Supreme Court

    A video introduction on why the BIA's 212(c) ruling did not stand up to muster at the U.S. Supreme Court

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  • The Supreme Court strikes down the BIA 212(c) ruling of 'comparable ground of excludability'

    Can I win my deportation with a crime of violence degree? Question: I committed a crime of violence many years ago (around 1994) and have just been put into removal proceedings because I was trying to enter the U.S., from a vacation. Do I have any chance to get the Green Card?...

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  • What is the legal basis the Supreme Court used to rule why the BIA's 212(c) ruling was arbitrary

    A video introduction to what is the legal basis the Supreme Court used to rule why the BIA's 212(c) ruling was arbitrary

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  • The new Supreme Court case rules that the BIA rule under 212(c) is arbitrary and capricious

    A video introduction to the new Supreme Court case rules that the BIA rule under 212(c) is arbitrary and capricious.

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  • A crime of violence normally would not be eligible for 212(c) relief

    A video introduction to a crime of violence normally would not be eligible for 212(c) relief

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  • What exactly is 212(c) relief?

    A video introduction on what exactly is 212(c) relief.

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