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Basic Concepts of US Immigration Law - MS051512

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CBA members must log in to the website to access our self-study CLE resources for free. Non-members should call (844)469-2221 to learn how to gain access to these free resources.

 This product includes audio files and electronic materials for the “Basic Concepts of U.S. Immigration Law and Procedure" CLE, presented on May 15, 2012.

 To track self-study credits for this program, CBA members must log in to access their Professional Development Journal in their profile.



Basic Concepts of US Immigration Law and Procedure Part One of a Three-Part Series

Presented by: International Law Section

Program Time
1.5 Hours

 

About the Program:
This program will explain how the basic concepts of U.S. immigration law and procedure reflect current developments and trends and discuss the benefits of understanding immigration law or starting an immigration practice.


Program Faculty
Milagros S. Cruz, Milagros Saldana Cruz LLC, Hartford
Erin O'Neil-Baker, Law Office of Erin O'Neil-Baker LLC, Hartford

 

Who Should Purchase
This program will be extremely useful for attorneys who are new to immigration practice as well as for those who need a refresher on immigration law. It will also be useful for attorneys in other practice areas who need to become familiar with immigration law, specifically attorneys that practice family, corporate, or criminal law.

This seminar is appropriate for newly admitted and experienced attorneys.