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U.S. Immigration Law – Where Are We Now?




16.0 MCLE Credits
16.0 Professional Practice

Program Description
Immigration law has always been a highly visible part of the daily national news. New laws, regulations, and proposals abound, practically on a day-to-day basis.

Interest and concern have exploded and expanded across the legal landscape nationally and internationally after a series of Executive Orders issued by the current President of the United States. 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 numbers of practitioners in a variety of practice areas are confronted with issues that require a working knowledge of immigration law.

This program is designed to provide training in immigration law for 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.

The well-rounded and experienced faculty will provide guidance and perspective, enabling practitioners to properly handle cases under present immigration law and/or regulations, and provide insight with regard to current and anticipated immigration policy.

Topics to be Covered Include
> The Latest News from Washington
> Overview of the Immigration System
> Temporary Employment and Non-Employment Categories
> Permanent Residence Through Employment or Family
> Identifying and Assisting the Undocumented
>  Admissibility and Removability
> Waivers, Crimes and Punishment, Asylum, I-9s and Workplace Enforcement

Jojo Annobil, Esq. | Immigrant Justice Corps, New York, NY
Elizabeth M. Barna, Esq. | Law Offices of Elizabeth Barna, New York, NY
Rosanna Berardi, Esq. | Berardi Immigration Law, Buffalo, NY
Kerry William Bretz, Esq. | Bretz & Coven, LLP, New York, NY
Jan H. Brown, Esq. | Law Offices of Jan H. Brown, PC, New York, NY
Margaret A. Catillaz, Esq. | Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, Rochester
Millicent Y. Clarke, Esq. | Clarke and Associates, Freeport, NY
Cheryl R. David, Esq. | Law Office of Cheryl R. David, New York, NY
Lindsay A. Curcio, Esq. | Attorney at Law, Brooklyn, NY
Matthew S. Dunn, Esq. | Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, LLP, New York, NY
Sophie I. Feal, Esq. | ECBA Volunteer Lawyers Project, Inc., Buffalo, NY
Matthew L. Guadagno, Esq. | Law Office of Matthew L. Guadagno, New York, NY
David Grunblatt, Esq. | Proskauer Rose, LLP, Newark, NJ
Susanne C. Heubel, Esq. | Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke, LLP, New York, NY
Allen E. Kaye, Esq. | Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco LLP, New York, NY
Linda M. Kenepaske, Esq. | Law Offices of Linda Kenepaske, PLLC, New York, NY
Lucrecia Z. Knapp, Esq. | Harter Secrest & Emery, LLP, Rochester, NY
Joanne Macri, Esq. | NYS Office of Indigent Legal Services, Albany, NY
Noemi E. Masliah, Esq. | Masliah & Soloway, PC, New York, NY
Avram E. Morell, Esq.

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 1 U.S. Immigration Law (2017) Part I
Areas of Professional Practice: 4.00

 2 Permanent Resident Through Employment (2017)
Areas of Professional Practice: 1.50

 3 Permanent Residence Through Family (2017)
Areas of Professional Practice: 2.00

 4 The Undocumented – Who Are They and What Can Be Done?
Areas of Professional Practice: 1.00

 5 Admissibility and Removability (2017)
Areas of Professional Practice: 1.00

 6 Waivers (2017)
Areas of Professional Practice: 1.50

 7 Crimes & Punishment (2017)
Areas of Professional Practice: 1.50

 8 Asylum (2017)
Areas of Professional Practice: 1.00

 9 I-9s and Workplace Enforcement (2017)
Areas of Professional Practice: 1.50

Non-Member Price: $500.00
Published Date:
  • May 15, 2017
  • Online On-Demand
Product Code:
  • VEP34
Areas Of Professional Practice Credit(s):
  • 16.0
Total Credit(s):
  • 16.0