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4/13 in Denver: CLE Training “Impact of Criminal Convictions on Immigration Status”

March 29, 2012

via the National Immigration Project:

A Continuing Legal Education Seminar

Friday, April 13, 2012
8:45AM – 5PM

Holiday Inn Denver / East Stapleton
3333 Quebec Street
Denver, CO  80207

Seminar Flyer for Distribution [PDF] 
Detailed Seminar Agenda with Faculty Assignments [PDF]

REGISTRATION / CHECK-IN 8:00 – 9:00am
SKILLS SEMINAR 8:45am – 5:00pm

PROGRAM SUMMARY

  • Download Detailed Seminar Agenda with Faculty Assignments [PDF]
  • Morning Refresher: Contesting Removal Based on Alleged Criminality
  • NEW! Challenging Removal Using Judulang and Administrative Procedures Act
  • Applied CIMT Analysis
  • NEW! Learning Lunch: Detainers / ICE Holds
  • Advanced Crim-Imm Practice Pointers on Drug Offenses and Crimes of Violence
  • Proportionality in Removal Defense: Why should a minor conviction trigger a disproportionate penalty of deportation?
  • NEW! “Particularly Serious” Crimes for Asylum and Withholding of Removal
  • Ethical Considerations for the Immigration Practitioner
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