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19th Annual Family-Based Immigration Law Conference 2020

Local practice tips and updates on SIJ, public charge and more!

  • Product Number: 2200147P01
  • CLE Credits, earn up to:
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    The practice of immigration law is in a period of uncertainty due to dramatic changes in the laws, regulations, and policies of the U.S. government. Encountering unreliable delays in processing times, varying adjudications, and confusing Board of Immigration Decisions, practitioners at all skill levels are challenged in this tumultuous legal landscape. Join your colleagues for this timely and informative Conference.

    The 19th Annual Family-Based Immigration Law Conference provides guidance to practitioners on legal tactics and strategies to best assist clients. Essential updates on current topics are discussed alongside the fundamentals of laws, regulations, and policies. Join us for a full-day Conference and come away with a deeper understanding of the evolving and increasingly complex practice of family-based immigration law.

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    Deirdre M. Giblin, Esq., Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Boston

    Faculty

    Annelise Araujo, Esq., Araujo & Fisher, Boston
    Barbara J. Bowe, Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, Inc, Boston
    Julio Cortes del Olmo, Del Olmo Law P.C., Brookline
    Kira Gagarin, Esq., Gagarin Law, Framingham
    Susan Letterman White, JD, MS, Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program (LOMAP), Boston
    Mario Paredes, Esq., Prisoners' Legal Services, Boston
    Gregory Romanovsky, Esq., Law Office of Gregory Romanovsky, Boston
    Susanna L. Shafer, Esq., Law Office of Susanna L Shafer, Taunton
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