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Immigration Issues and Concerns for All Attorneys

Credit(s): 0.25 Professional Responsibility
3.25 General
Product ID: C2069-VID
Original Program Date: November 7, 2012
Duration: 4 hours
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  • Category: Immigration

    How does your client’s immigration status affect your case? Find out how to identify immigration issues and prepare to deal with them in this informative IICLE® course.

    You need to know how immigration law affects your clients, whether you are drafting a will, setting up a trust, assisting with divorce or child custody proceedings, working with business owners or employees, or providing a criminal defense. In this intensive course, learn how to handle common practice problems with foreign clients, including dealing with language barriers, plus learn about your ethical obligations when representing a foreign national.

    It is our goal that, after attending this program, an attorney will be better able to:

    • understand how a client’s citizenship status may affect representation;
    • deal with language and culture barriers; and
    • identify and avoid ethics violations in immigration cases.

    Scott D. Pollock, Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C., Chicago

    U.S. Immigration and Compliance Issues for Employment Attorneys
    Scott D. Pollock, Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C., Chicago

    Representing Foreign Nationals in Family Law, and General Civil and Litigation Matters
    Stephen L. Tyma, Law Office of Stephen L. Tyma, P.C., Chicago

    Immigration Issues For Criminal Defense Attorneys
    Juliet E. Boyd, Boyd & Kummer, LLC, Chicago

    Tax & Estate Planning Issues for Non-Citizens
    David A. Berek, Handler Thayer LLP, Chicago

    The Legal Ethics of Immigrant Representation
    Wendy J. Muchman, Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission, Chicago

    0.25 Professional Responsibility   0.25 Credits

    3.25 General   3.25 Credits

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