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Trends in Immigration Law: Introductory and Advanced Tracks 6.75 Credits

Trends in Immigration Law: Introductory and Advanced Tracks (August 2020)

ON-DEMAND SEMINAR

Whether you are new to this practice area or an established immigration advocate, hear from an experienced faculty as they introduce common issues and then examine emerging trends in more detail.

Introductory track:

  • Practicing Immigration Law During a Pandemic or other Shutdown (incuding ethical duties)
  • The Many Uses of INA § 237(a)(1)(H)—the [Other] Fraud Waiver
  • Tackling the T Visa

Advanced track:

  • N-400 Denials
  • Public Charge
  • The Changing Landscape of Asylum

Original Program Date: August 4, 2020
Product Code: 20835-UMB

Credits:
0.50 Ethics
6.25 Law & Legal Procedure
  • List Price: $275.00
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Presenters:
Michele Carney – Carney & Marchi, Seattle, WA
Kevin Bank – Kevin Bank Law, Seattle, WA
Manuel Francisco Rios III – Rios Immigration Defense, Seattle, WA
Benjamin Stein – Rios Immigration Defense, Seattle, WA
Elaine Fordyce – Law Office of Shara Svendsen PLLC, Mill Creek, WA
Danielle Richardson – Law Office of Liya Djamilova, Seattle, WA
Robert Gibbs – Gibbs Houston Pauw, Seattle, WA
Hilary Han – Dobrin and Han PC, Seattle, WA
Bonnie Wasser – Law Office of Bonnie Stern Wasser, Seattle, WA
Greg McLawsen – Sound Immigration, Tacoma, WA
Adam Boyd – Law Offices of Adam W. Boyd, Tacoma, WA
Maggie Cheng – Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Seattle, WA
Minda A. Thorward – Thorward Immigration Law, PLLC, Seattle, WA


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