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Basic Immigration Law 2019: Business, Family, Naturalization and Related Areas

Released on: Feb. 15, 2019
Running Time: 06:46:40
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Lecture Topics [Total time 06:46:40]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Opening Remarks* [00:02:42]
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Overview of the U.S. Immigration System and Current Trends [01:07:30]
    Cyrus D. Mehta, Lindsay A. Curcio
  • Nonimmigrant (Temporary) Visa Categories [01:00:38]
    Karin Wolman, Marko C. Maglich
  • Immigrant (Permanent) Visa Categories [01:02:25]
    Avram E. Morell, Deborah J. Notkin
  • Ethical Issues in Immigration Practice [01:01:02]
    Robert E. Juceam, Jun H. Lee, Victoria Neilson
  • Inadmissibility and Removability: Grounds, Consequences, Custody and Immigration Court Proceedings [01:00:20]
    Linda Kenepaske, Thomas E. Moseley
  • Immigration Select Topics: Naturalization and New York City Office Update and Employer Issues [01:32:02]
    Amy C. Cococcia, David Grunblatt, Timothy Houghton, Noemi E. Masliah

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

  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • Lenni B. Benson, Lindsay A. Curcio, Veronica M. Jeffers and Stephen W. Yale-Loehr, Ch. 1: Immigration Law in Context: Exploring the Foundations of Constitutional Power and Immigration Controls from Criminal Penalties to Employer Sanctions, Immigration and Nationality Law: Problems and Strategies (2015) (Excerpt)
  • Immigration FAQ
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Overview of Employment-Based Immigration in the United States (November 26, 2018)
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Immigration Cheat Sheets
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Analyzing the Definition of a Specialty Occupation Under INA 214(i) to Challenge H-1B Visa Denials, The Insightful Immigration Blog, Commentaries on Immigration Policy, Cases and Trends, http://blog.cyrusmehta.com
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • David Isaacson, Another Brick in the (Virtual) Wall: Implications of USCIS’s New Policy Regarding Removal Proceedings Against Denied Applicants Who Are Not “Lawfully Present,” The Insightful Immigration Blog, Commentaries on Immigration Policy, Cases and Trends, 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, Commentaries on Immigration Policy, Cases and Trends, http://blog.cyrusmehta.com
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Heightened Ethical and Strategic Considerations for Business Immigration Attorneys Under USCIS’s New Removal Policy, The Insightful Immigration Blog, Commentaries on Immigration Policy, Cases and Trends, http://blog.cyrusmehta.com
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • David Isaacson, What Comes Next: Potential Relief Options After the Termination of TPS, The Insightful Immigration Blog, Commentaries on Immigration Policy, Cases and Trends, http://blog.cyrusmehta.com
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Potential Adjustment of Status Options After the Termination of TPS, The Insightful Immigration Blog, Commentaries on Immigration Policy, Cases and Trends, http://blog.cyrusmehta.com
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • USCIS Finalizes Unlawful Presence Policy Putting F, J and M Nonimmigrants in Great Jeopardy, The Insightful Immigration Blog, Commentaries on Immigration Policy, Cases and Trends, http://blog.cyrusmehta.com
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Cora-Ann Pestaina, USCIS Denying Change of Status for F-1 Students with Over 12 Months of Curricular Practical Training, The Insightful Immigration Blog, Commentaries on Immigration Policy, Cases and Trends, http://blog.cyrusmehta.com
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • State Department’s Change to Public Charge Guidance in Foreign Affairs Manual Will Result in Many More Visa Refusals, The Insightful Immigration Blog, Commentaries on Immigration Policy, Cases and Trends, http://blog.cyrusmehta.com
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Policy Memorandum, PM-602-1060.1, Accrual of Unlawful Presence and F, J, and M Nonimmigrants (August 9, 2018)
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • October 2018 Immigration Update (Excerpt), available at http://cyrusmehta.com/blog/2018/10/01/october-2018-immigration-update/#ControversialDHSProposedRulePublicCharge
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • Withdrawal of Representation in Immigration Practice (Update December 2017)
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • ABC’s of Nonimmigrant Visas
    Karin Wolman
  • ABC’s of Nonimmigrant Visas (PowerPoint slides)
    Karin Wolman
  • Labor Certification
    Avram E. Morell
  • Deborah J. Notkin and Amrita Chadha, Immigrant Visa Processing and Adjustment of Status
    Deborah J. Notkin
  • Basic Ethical Issues for the Immigration Practitioner
    Robert E. Juceam
  • Select Decisions: Ethical Issues in Immigration Practice
    Jun H. Lee
  • 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 2018)
    Linda Kenepaske
  • Section 212(h) Waivers
    Thomas E. Moseley
  • Amy C. Cococcia and Stephen Maltby, Employer Worksite Compliance Obligation: An Overview
    Amy C. Cococcia
  • An IRCA (Immigration Reform and Control Act) Primer: Employer Obligations (2018 Edition)
    David Grunblatt
  • Naturalization: An Overview of the Requirements, Benefits and Potential Pitfalls (October 25, 2018)
    Noemi E. Masliah

Presentation Material

  • Immigration Basics
    Cyrus D. Mehta
  • ABC’s of Nonimmigrant Visas
    Karin Wolman
  • How Can I Become A Permanent Resident?
  • Basic Ethical Issues for Immigration
    Robert E. Juceam, Jun H. Lee, Victoria Neilson
  • Immigration Select Topics: Employer Issues
    Amy C. Cococcia, David Grunblatt
Chairperson(s)
Cyrus D. Mehta ~ Cyrus D. Mehta & Partners PLLC
Speaker(s)
Amy C. Cococcia ~ Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP
Lindsay A. Curcio ~ Principal, Law Office of Lindsay A. Curcio
David Grunblatt ~ Proskauer
Timothy Houghton ~ Deputy District Director - New York District, US Citizenship and Immigration Services
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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