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U.S. Immigration Law 2019

U.S. Immigration Law 2019

 
Total Credits: 8.0 Professional Practice
 
Never has a basic knowledge of U.S. immigration law and how it is implemented been more critical in the day to day lives of so many individuals.  Clients’ lives are substantially impacted and increasing number of practitioners in a variety of practice areas are confronted with issues that require a working knowledge of immigration law.  This comprehensive program identifies and explains how immigration law is changing and how it will impact practitioners new to the field as well as for those who practice in areas that intertwine with immigration.  It is designed to allow the general practitioner or specialist to have a better understanding of the laws, regulations, and policy of the current administration as it evolves and develops.
 

Agenda Topics

  • An overview from the “Buy American Hire American” Executive Order to “We Will Build a Wall” and thereafter
  • Practice Before USCIS Part 1 – H-1 Process
  • Practice Before USCIS Part 2 – The Crisis in Business Immigration Generally
  • Practice Before USCIS Part 3 – The Changing Face of Family Immigration
  • Removal and Asylum: New Policies and More Dysfunction
  • Consular Practice and Customs and Border Protection
  • The Employer’s Dilemma: Compliance Challenges
  • Looking Ahead: What’s on the Horizon for U.S. Immigration Practice?
Program Faculty:
Jennifer Behm, Esq., Berardi Immigration Law, Buffalo 
Matthew K. Borowski, Esq., Borowski Immigration Law, Buffalo 
Jan H. Brown, Esq., Law Offices of Jan H. Brown, PC, NYC
Margaret A. Catillaz, Esq., Harter, Secrest & Emery, LLP,  Rochester
Neil Dornbaum, Esq., Dornbaum & Peregoy, Millburn, NJ 
Matthew Dunn, Esq., Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, LLP, NYC
David Grunblatt, Esq., Proskauer Rose, Newark, NJ
Allen Kaye, Esq., Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco LLP, NYC
Linda Kenepaske, Esq. Law Offices of Linda Kenepaske, PLLC, NYC 
Lucrecia Z. Knapp, Esq., Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, Rochester
Avram Morell, Esq., Pryor Cashman, LLP, NYC
Diane Rish, Esq., American Immigration Lawyers Association, Washington, D.C. 
Danielle Rizzo, Esq., Harris Beach, PLLC, Buffalo 
Claudia Slovinsky, Esq., Claudia Slovinsky & Associates, PLLC, NYC 

 

Format:
  • DVD+MP3
Product Code:
  • FFZ64
Areas Of Professional Practice Credit(s):
  • 8.0
Total Credit(s):
  • 8.0
Non-Member Pricing: $275.00

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