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¿Habla Cubano? Special Forms of Immigration Relief Available to Cubans in the U.S.

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Record numbers of Cubans are arriving at the Texas border with Mexico, as renewed diplomatic relations with Cuba portend the elimination of the Cuban Adjustment Act. Discover the special forms of relief available to Cubans, including public benefits, employment authorization, family reunification opportunities, and special adjustment of status application procedures.
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1. ¿Habla Cubano? (Dec 2016)

George Rodriguez, Vanna Slaughter

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Session 1:

¿Habla Cubano? (Dec 2016)

Record numbers of Cubans are arriving at the Texas border with Mexico, as renewed diplomatic relations with Cuba portend the elimination of the Cuban Adjustment Act. Discover the special forms of relief available to Cubans, including public benefits, employment authorization, family reunification opportunities, and special adjustment of status application procedures.

Originally presented at: Oct 2016 Conference on Immigration and Nationality Law

George Rodriguez, Saenz-Rodriguez & Associates, P.C. - Dallas, TX
Vanna Slaughter, Catholic Charities of Dallas, Inc. - Dallas, TX