Immigration Law Webinar Series: Crimmigration (May 2017) [17840-WBR]

Immigration Law Webinar Series: Crimmigration (May 2017) [17840-WBR]

 
Original Program Date: May 17, 2017
Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes
Credits: Law & Legal Procedure: 1.50
 
List Price:$67.50
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What is a webinar? A webinar consists of one or more instructors delivering content primarily via audio and a PowerPointTM presentation. Unlike in a video, you will not see the instructor; you will only hear his/her voice and see the PowerPointTM presentation on your screen as the instructor delivers the material. You will recieve a PDF of the coursebook, just as you would for a recorded video or audio seminar.

This program was a live webinar presented on May 17, 2017, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live webinar and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

In this recorded webinar, learn the basics of the interplay between criminal and immigration law. This intro course focuses on identifying when a criminal issue may affect a non-U.S. citizen’s immigration case. Also learn how to analyze criminal statutes to assess its immigration consequences, and what resources are available to help stay up-to-date on this ever-changing area of law. This course is intended for those new to and interested in the practice of immigration law.

Presenters:
Mary Beth Sheehan - Hanis Irvine Prothero, PLLC, Kent
Kati Ortiz - Ortiz Law Office, PLLC, Burien

Coursebook contains 30 pages.


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