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In the uncertain political climate and as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, immigration law continues to be a hot button issue and a source of uncertainty and confusion. Gain an overview of what you need to know to practice immigration law successfully under the current political climate. The first day focuses on Non-immigrant Work-related Visa Categories and Obtaining a Green Card. The second day covers Family-based Immigration, Removal Proceedings and an Overview of Asylum and offers practical tips and advice.
Part 1: Non-immigrant Categories; Labor Certification and Employment Based Immigration
Part 2: Family-Based Immigration; Removal Proceedings; Political Asylum and Practical Tips
Program Co-sponsor: NYCLA’s Committee on Immigration and Nationality Program Chairs: Eugene J. Glicksman and Stuart J. Reich, Co-chairs, NYCLA’s Committee on Immigration and Nationality Faculty: Gilbert C. Ferrer, Esq.; Eugene Glicksman, Glicksman & Cardoso; David M. Grunblatt, Proskauer Rose LLP; Anwen Hughes, Human Rights First; Linda Kenepaske, Law Office of Linda Kenepaske, PLLC; Stuart J. Reich, Law Offices of Stuart J. Reich
6 NY CLE Credits; 2 Ethics, 4 Skills
All Programs include 1 Affirmation and 1 Evaluation Form, and Course Materials.
To receive CLE credit for a program in Online Video Format:
Online Videos contain CLE codes that you must type into a supplied online affirmation form. Submit the online affirmation to the NYCLA CLE Institute to be issued a CLE certificate. We recommend that you watch the video as soon as possible.
We can only issue CLE credit if the law is still current.
Course Materials: You can download course materials on the Online Video webpage.