Cailee J. Alderman Shares SIJS and Predicate Order Insights in an American Immigration Lawyers Association Presentation
Kogut & Wilson partner Cailee J. Alderman recently shared special immigrant juvenile status (SIJS) insights with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Chicago Chapter on Monday, April 10.
In her presentation “Special Immigrant Juvenile Status & Predicate Orders,” Cailee discussed:
- Background on SIJS
- SIJS in practice in juvenile courts
- Court options including:
- Domestic Relations
- Predicate orders in relation to:
- Family court findings and orders
- SIJS findings and orders
- Other findings
- What to look for when managing an SIJS case
For more information on hosting a similar program for your organization, please contact Cailee here.
Cailee represents clients in all areas of family and matrimonial law, with a focus on divorce, child custody, child support, adoption, guardianship and special immigrant juvenile status.
Founded in 1946, the AILA is the national bar association comprised of attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law. The organization provides continuing legal education, professional services and information to more than 16,000 members through 39 chapters and 50+ national committees.