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UT Law’s 41st Annual Conference on Immigration and Nationality Law program offers in-depth discussion on issues at the forefront of immigration practice, and provides tools, forms, tips and guidance on key decision points and strategies in family-based and employment-based immigration, including the increasing importance of removal and relief from removal. Gain strategies to provide the best advocacy for your clients while protecting yourself and your practice.
Gain practical insight into new immigration policies and the current political landscape.
Review the latest Supreme Court, Fifth Circuit, and Board of Immigration Appeals cases and decisions.
Know your rights at the border, and hear practical advice on how to protect you and your clients.
Examine business-based immigration topics including an overview of work visas, a deeper dive into H1-B visas and common problems for employers, PERM processing, and worksite enforcement.
Learn how to prepare for audits and raids and what to do once they occur.
Review procedures, options, and defenses for removal.
Listen to a discussion on how to avoid and address your client’s fraud or misrepresentation findings when dealing with the USCIS, DOS, and Immigration court.
UT Law’s Fundamentals of Immigration and Nationality Law is ideal for new entrants to the field or as a refresher for experienced practitioners. It provides an overview of U.S. immigration laws, agencies and jargon, outlines the basics of family immigration law practice, offers an introduction to removal proceedings, and details issues new practitioners face in managing an immigration practice.
In a changing political climate, navigating new policies, guidance and interpretations of the law is more important than ever. UT Law’s 42nd Annual Conference on Immigration and Nationality Law is ideal for practitioners of all experience levels and provides an opportunity to hear the latest developments, and to meet with and learn from nationally recognized experts. Interact with your fellow practitioners to hear how they are dealing with the tough issues of the day.
UT Law's Fundamentals of Immigration and Nationality Law is ideal for new entrants to the field or as a refresher for experienced practitioners. It provides an overview of U.S. immigration laws, agencies and jargon, outlines the basics of family immigration law and employment immigration law, and offers an introduction to removal proceedings.
This course is designed for beginning and intermediate immigration practitioners, employment lawyers, criminal lawyers, and family lawyers involved with the increasingly complex area of removal proceedings. Hear techniques and tactics for effectively handling typical and atypical problems. Listen to top immigration practitioners and gain strategies to provide the best advocacy for your clients, while protecting yourself and your practice.
This course walks through:
Ground for Deportability and Inadmissibility
Challenging NTAs and Motions to Dismiss
Challenging Crime-Based Grounds of Deportability
Relief in Immigration Court
Cancellation of Removal and Other Discretionary Relief
Appeals and Motions to Reopen