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Seminar with Ron Klasko

  1. Who is Ron Klasko, and why is he worth listening to?
  2. Why should you listen to this seminar?
  3. What is the subject and why is it important to your practice?
  4. What are the other benefits of this seminar for you?
  5. How can you save money when attending this seminar?
  6. How can you order? What is the deadline? Questions?
  7. Brief Bios of the Speakers
1. Who is Ron Klasko, and why is he worth listening to?
Ron Klasko is an especially knowledgeable immigration practitioner. He generously shares his knowledge with fellow members of the Bar. He is an energetic and energizing speaker. He is a former national President of AILA. You can see his detailed Bio below.

2. Why should you listen to this seminar?
To get clients, and to keep them happy, you should be on top of the latest changes in immigration law and practice. This means constantly educating yourself, especially when previously simple procedures, become not only complex, but develop more than one way of approach.

3. What is the subject and why is it important to your practice?
The subject is an emerging area of immigration practice centering around adjustment of status and consular processing. This area includes the complications raised by travel, timing, spouses, etc. Being on the cutting-edge in this new area will give you a competitive edge.

4. What are the other benefits of this seminar for you?
You can attend this 3-session phone seminar from the comfort and convenience of your own office. Each 90-minute phone session includes a 30-minute Q & A period, where you can directly pose your question to Ron Klasko. You can also use this seminar as a training tool for your legal support staff.

5. How can you save money when attending this seminar?
You can save money on this seminar by sharing the cost with others. Several people can attend the seminar together by listening in on a speaker-phone. Each person will be able to ask questions. There is no extra cost, but all participants will share one phone and one e-mail account (only one set of instructions with password will be provided for each sign-up).

6. How can you order? What is the deadline? Questions?
For more info, or to order online, click here: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/adjustment.shtm
For more info, or to order by fax, click here: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/adjustment.pdf
THE DEADLINE TO SIGN UP IS JANUARY 22ND!
If you have any questions, or if you have problems signing up, please send an e-mail to: seminars@ilw.com.

7. Brief Bios of the Speakers
H. Ronald Klasko is a partner and chair of the immigration law group at Dechert. A former national president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), he served as its general counsel from 1996 to 1999. Ron is the 1999 recipient of the AILA Founders Award, bestowed on the individual or group who has the most important impact on immigration law. He has been a member of the board of governors of AILA since 1980 and formerly served as chair of the Association's Philadelphia Chapter. He has also served as national chair of the Business Immigration and the Task Forces on Employer Sanctions, H and L (business) Visas and Labor Certifications. He is the co-author of the two-volume Employers' Immigration Compliance Guide, a leading publication on the immigration laws affecting employers. A former adjunct professor of immigration law at Villanova University Law School, Ron is a frequent lecturer on immigration law and has appeared on national and local television and radio discussing immigration law issues. Ron has been selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America, Who's Who in America, Who's Who in American Law, and Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America.

William A. Stock is a partner in the immigration law group at Dechert. He represents multinational and domestic corporations and their employees, as well as private individuals, in immigration matters before the INS, the Department of Labor, U.S. Immigration Courts, and at U.S. Consulates. He also handles enforcement proceedings, administrative litigation, asylum applications, and the immigration consequences of criminal convictions and marital dissolution. In 2000, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) awarded Bill the Joseph Minsky Award, which recognizes outstanding contributions made by a young lawyer to the field of immigration law. He is the immigration editor for Bender's Labor and Employment Bulletin, is an associate editor of AILA's annual Immigration & Nationality Law Handbook, and is co-author of the "J Visa Guidebook" from Matthew Bender. Bill has served on the board of governors of the AILA and chaired several committees of AILA's Philadelphia Chapter. He is an adjunct professor of law at Villanova University School of Law and a frequent speaker at AILA National Conferences, regional immigration conferences, and continuing legal education courses. Bill is fluent in German.

Tammy Fox-Isicoff is a former Trial Attorney for the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service and Special Assistant United States Attorney. She is Past President of the South Florida Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyer's Association "AILA" and currently serves on the Board of Governors of AILA National where she has chaired their Media, Congressional and Bar Association Committees. She is AILA's representative to the American Bar Association's Immigration Coordinating Committee. Tammy is on the Board of Directors of Catholic Charities Legal Services and has been the recipient of three AILA Presidential Awards for advocacy on behalf of immigrants. Tammy serves on the Florida Bar's Certification Committee for Immigration and Nationality Law. Listed in The Best Lawyers in America and South Florida's Top Lawyers, Tammy has been a frequent immigration law consultant on the Today Show and Morning Show. She has served as immigration legal consultant to NBC, CNBC and MSNBC. Ms. Fox-Isicoff currently practices law with the firm of Rifkin & Fox-Isicoff P.A.


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