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Why Criminal Issues Matter To All Immigration Attorneys

Since IIRIRA, the government has gradually "criminalized" immigration practice, including business immigration practice. About the only thing that is not yet an aggravated felony is jaywalking. Recent government initiatives on Change of Address enforcement and Special Registration will likely morph gradually "criminalizing" immigration practice further as and when non-compliance or late-compliance on AR-11s and registration is transformed from an administrative and technical lapse into a felony. Immigration practice, particularly business immigration practice is slowly changing from being primarily adminstrative practice involving forms to a semi-litigational one where administrative hearings are part-and-parcel of the attorney's lot. To confront the new business realities, it is important for immigration practitioners to arm themselves with the concepts surrounding criminal issues.

Our new seminar "Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions: Problems, Solutions and Best Practices" (January 23, February 13, March 20) is led by noted business immigration expert Angelo Paparelli. Joining him is a veritable who's who of experts in this area - Dan Kesselbrenner who is widely revered for his scholarship, Lory Rosenberg who served until recently on the Board of Immigration Appeals, and Norton Tooby who has the most experience in speaking on this topic for many years. Please click on the links below for a detailed curriculum and bios for the speakers.

Whether you are in business immigration practice, family immigration practice, deportation practice or any other kind of immigration practice, you will likely benefit from the wealth of knowledge from this seminar series. You can take our phone seminars from the convenience of your office. Your staff and professional colleagues can also attend the seminars with you at no extra cost on a shared speaker-phone at your office. Our seminar speakers are given sufficient time to explore issues in depth with our audience, including lengthy and detailed Q&A sessions. To propel your practice ahead in 2003, click on the links below to learn more.

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