Location: 2nd Floor Auditorium
Course ID: C061714
Number of Sessions: 2
Credits: 6 NJ Credits: 2 Ethics; 4 General
6 NY Credits: 2 Ethics; 2 Skills; 2 PP; Transitional and Non-transitional;
In these difficult economic times, immigration law reform continues to be a contentious issue. Gain an overview of what you need to know to practice immigration law successfully and how to obtain the proper immigrant visa or "green card" for your client.
The first part of the course focuses on immigration for the business owner or employee responsible for immigration management in the corporate setting. Topics covered include non-immigrant work authorized visa categories and labor certification. General topics in employment and practical tips for managing and complying with the current immigration law are also discussed.
The second part of the course is for practitioners who want an introduction and practical tips on complying with the law and easing the burden on potential immigrants and their families. Covered are immigration defense and removal proceedings, political asylum and other topics useful for new or seasoned immigration attorneys.
Agenda -- Day 1, June 17
- Overview to Non-immigrant Categories
- Introduction to 3 Most Utilized Non-immigrant Work Authorized Visa Categories
- Employment-Based Immigration
Agenda -- Day 2, June 24
- Immigration Defense: Removal Proceedings
- Practical Tips and Advice
Comment from the previous participant:
"The info given is very useful and practical"
Co-sponsor: NYCLA's Immigration
and Nationality Committee
Gilbert Ferrer, Law Offices of Gilbert C. Ferrer, PLLC and Eugene Glicksman, Glicksman
Faculty: Gilbert Ferrer, Law Offices of Gilbert C. Ferrer, PLLC; Eugene Glicksman, Glicksman
& Cardoso; David M. Grunblatt, Proskauer Rose LLP; Jeffrey A. Heller, Esq.; Linda Kenepaske, Law Office of Linda Kenepaske, PLLC; Stuart J. Reich, Law Offices of Stuart J. Reich