IMMIGRATION CONSEQUENCES OF CRIMINAL CONDUCT WEBINAR - ONLINE ONLY
What do practitioners need to know to best represent their noncitizen clients?
Date and Time: Tuesday, October 6, 2020 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Program Fee: $50
THIS PROGRAM IS ONLINE ONLY
This program has been approved by CPCS for 2.0 credit hours for the post-conviction and YAD panels. To receive credits attendees must be logged on during the program for a minimum of 80 % of the conference time.Certificates will be emailed to all attendees who were logged onto the program for at least 80% of the program.
Matthew Cameron, Esq., Cameron Law Offices
Eliana C. Nader, Esq., Magaletta & McCarthy
Heather Yountz, Esq., Demissie & Church
Mahsa Khanbabai, Esq., Khanbabai Immigration Law (moderator)
Recent changes to immigration law and an increase in immigration enforcement have resulted in significant consequences for noncitizens with criminal histories. Convictions for minor criminal offenses can lead to deportation and loss of status, and court dispositions that appear favorable may cause serious and irreversible immigration consequences. In this presentation, you can learn how to best help noncitizen clients facing potential immigration consequences.
Three experienced immigration attorneys will discuss this intersection of criminal and immigration law. Topics to be covered include:
• How to assess a client’s immigration status and history
• The definition of a conviction in Massachusetts
• ICE presence in courthouses
• Immigration consequences of criminal activity
• Defenses to deportation and paths to lawful status
• Post-conviction relief
• How recent rulings could impact noncitizens
This program will give advocates the tools and knowledge to best represent their noncitizen clients.
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