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Basic Immigration Law 2018

Released on: Feb. 15, 2018
Running Time: 06:43:46

The program will provide an overview of U.S. immigration law, including current developments and trends. Expert faculty will discuss the relevant governmental agencies, immigrant and nonimmigrant visa categories, inadmissibility and removability, naturalization, and issues that employers face, as well as ethical issues that can arise for the immigration practitioner.  The program will serve as an excellent introduction or refresher regarding the complex area of immigration law. 

 
Lecture Topics [Total RunTime: 06:43:46]
Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Opening Remarks* [00:04:27]
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Overview of the U.S. Immigration System and Current Trends [01:04:48]
    Lindsay A. Curcio, Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Nonimmigrant (Temporary) Visa Categories [01:02:14]
    Karin Wolman, Marko C. Maglich
  • Immigrant (Permanent) Visa Categories [01:01:28]
    Deborah J. Notkin, Avram E. Morell
  • Ethical Issues in Immigration Practice [01:01:43]
    Robert E. Juceam, Jun H. Lee, Victoria Neilson
  • Inadmissibility and Removability: Grounds, Consequences, Custody and Immigration Court Proceedings [00:58:17]
    Linda Kenepaske, Thomas E. Moseley
  • Immigration Select Topics: Naturalization and New York City Office Update and Employer Issues [01:30:44]
    Amy C. Cococcia, David M. Grunblatt, Noemi E. Masliah, Thomas M. Cioppa

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:


COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK

  • Cyrus D. Mehta and Sophia Genovese, The Effects of ‘America First Foreign Policy’ and ‘Buy American Hire American’ on the Foreign Affairs Manual (November 1, 2017)
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Immigration FAQs
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Immigration Cheat Sheets
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Ira J. Kurzban, How Trump Will Reduce Immigration Without Changing the INA or Even 8 CFR
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Overview of Employment-Based Immigration in the United States (November 29, 2017)
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Stopping H-1B Carnage, The Insightful Immigration Blog, available at http://blog.cyrusmehta.com
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Cyrus D. Mehta and Sophia Genovese, Matter of G-Inc.: Clarifying the Role of the Function Manager Under the L-1 Visa, The Insightful Immigration Blog, available at http://blog.cyrusmehta.com
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Alexis S. Axelrad, Marko C. Maglich and Avram E. Morell, A Brief Overview of United States Immigration Law and Policy with a Focus on Business
    Marko C. Maglich
  • ABC’s of Nonimmigrant Visas (PowerPoint slides)
    Karin Wolman
  • Labor Certification
    Avram E. Morell
  • Selected Ethical and Practice Issues in Immigration Proceedings
    Robert E. Juceam
  • Ethical Considerations Related to Affirmatively Filing an Application for Asylum for the Purpose of Applying for Cancellation of Removal and Adjustment of Status for a Nonpermanent Resident, AILA Ethics Practice Advisory
    Victoria Neilson
  • Basics of Removal Proceedings in Immigration Law (November 2017)
    Linda Kenepaske
  • Recent Developments—Mandatory Detention and Section 212(h) Waivers
    Thomas E. Moseley
  • Naturalization: An Overview of the Requirements, Benefits and Potential Pitfalls (November 20, 2017)
    Noemi E. Masliah
  • An IRCA (Immigration Reform and Control Act) Primer: Employer Obligations (2017 Edition)
    David M. Grunblatt
  • Amy C. Cococcia and Stephen Maltby, Employer Worksite Compliance Obligation: An Overview
    Amy C. Cococcia

Presentation Material


  • Immigration and Nationality Law: Problems and Strategies
    Lindsay A. Curcio
  • Immigration Basics
    Lindsay A. Curcio, Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Resources for Current Events
    Lindsay A. Curcio, Cyrus D. Mehta
  • ABC’s of Nonimmigrant Visas
    Karin Wolman
  • How Can I Become A Permanent Resident?
    Avram E. Morell, Deborah J. Notkin
  • Hypotheticals
    Robert E. Juceam, Jun H. Lee, Victoria Neilson
  • In the Matter of Fengling Liu
    Jun H. Lee
  • In the Matter of Lozada
    Jun H. Lee
  • In the Matter of Michael Joffe
    Jun H. Lee
  • In the Matter of Theophilus Maranga
    Jun H. Lee
  • Motions To Reopen Removal, Deportation, or Exclusion Proceedings
    Robert E. Juceam
  • Withdrawal of Representation in Immigration Practice
    Victoria Neilson
  • Immigration Select Topics: Employer Issues
    Amy C. Cococcia, David M. Grunblatt
Chairperson(s)
Cyrus D. Mehta ~ Cyrus D. Mehta & Partners PLLC
Speaker(s)
Thomas M. Cioppa ~ District Director, New York District Office, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
Amy C. Cococcia ~ Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP
Lindsay A. Curcio ~ Principal, Law Office of Lindsay A. Curcio
David Grunblatt ~ Proskauer
Robert E. Juceam ~ Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP
Linda Kenepaske ~ Law Offices of Linda Kenepaske, PLLC
Jun H. Lee ~ Principal Staff Attorney, Attorney Grievance Committee, Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First Judicial Department
Marko C. Maglich ~ Jackson Lewis P.C.
Noemi E. Masliah ~ The Masliah Firm PC
Avram E. Morell ~ Pryor Cashman LLP
Thomas E. Moseley ~ Attorney at Law
Victoria Neilson ~ Senior Attorney, CLINIC
Deborah J. Notkin ~ Barst Mukamal & Kleiner LLP
Karin Wolman ~ Law Office of Karin Wolman, PLLC
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