Includes light refreshments.
Hear a discussion of the interplay of unlawful presence, out of status, nonimmigrant, immigrant, and citizenship status for foreign nationals, their employers, and their families.
Paul Parsons, PC - Austin, TX
Explore the roles of various federal agencies involved in the administration of U.S. immigration laws, strategies for communicating with these agencies, and basic immigration law terminology.
Immigration Policy Consultant - Arlington, VA
Sarah E. Woelk, Casa Marianella Immigration Legal Services - Austin, TX
Learn how to navigate and avoid pitfalls in family-based adjustment and consular processing cases, and naturalization. Address hot issues in the adjudication of these applications including NTAs upon denial, RFE’s, public charge, and fraud findings.
Irene G. Mugambi,
Law Office of Irene G. Mugambi P.C. - Dallas, TX
Lakshmi Nayar, Nayar & McIntyre, LLP - Dallas, TX
Immigration issues have been a key focus of the current administration. Discuss high-profile changes pursued by the current administration, including travel bans and adjudication trends. Also, survey changes looming on the immigration landscape, including updates on DACA/”the Dreamers,” temporary protected status, NAFTA, H-1B, and L-1 visas.
Ogletree Deakins - Austin, TX
Heather J. Whitfield, Ogletree Deakins - Houston, TX
0.50 hr ethics
Get practical tips and information for practitioners attempting to navigate removal defense and defensive asylum applications under the increasingly oppressive policies of the current administration.
The Law Office of Mark Kinzler, P.C. - Austin, TX
Sarah Vidal, Law Office of Jodi Goodwin - Harlingen, TX
The University of Texas at Austin
AccommodationsSpecial Room Rate: $189 good through September 23, 2018. Reference "UT Law Immigration Conference" when you call reservations.
Parking InformationFree daily self-parking at UT garages. Separate fees apply for valet and overnight parking.