Published November 3, 2020

Save the Date – November 23, 2020, 7:30 pm CST – when Richard Hanus will break down how the outcome of the presidential election impacts our nation’s immigration law landscape.  Richard will also entertain all of your questions and provide practical feedback and insight.  We look forward to your participation at this live event at:


Please forward your questions in advance to [email protected] or through our website contact form OR on the day of and we will include your question for discussion.

During our October event, Richard provided feedback on a wide variety of questions and topics, including:

  • How the pandemic has impacted Department of Homeland Security processing of immigration filings in the U.S. as well as U.S. consular post operations and visa processing of foreign nationals abroad,
  • How immigration filing fees and other filing requirements have been the subject of ongoing litigation, causing mass confusion about essential components to application preparation and submission and
  • Impact of divorce and troubled marriages on pending marriage based immigration filings.


Next month, Richard will focus his attention on how the outcome of the presidential election may impact pending immigration filings, planning for future filings, and defending against deportation/removal proceedings.

Once again, you can expect to receive Richard’s signature frank, straightforward feedback on all questions presented.

We are looking forward to another great live Immigration Law Forum on November 23, 2020!!


***Disclaimer: No attorney/client relationship is formed by virtue of a conversation in this forum, and all feedback provided here will be strictly for general information purposes and should not be construed as legal advice.

PUBLISHED November 3, 2020– “IMMIGRATION LAW FORUM” Copyright © 2020, By Law Offices of Richard Hanus, Chicago, Illinois