Voice (July 2011): Theft, Drugs & Deception-What You Should Know About Your Client

Voice (July 2011): Theft, Drugs & Deception-What You Should Know About Your Client

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VOICE: An Immigration Dialogue
July/August 2011

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In This Issue:

 

"Theft, Drugs, Deception, Oh My!"
Past criminal offenses may affect your client’s ability to enter the United States. Know what questions to ask your client and how to proceed before you file any paperwork.—Lauren Lantz and Charlotte Slocombe

 

"Things I Wish I Had Known When I Started Practicing Immigration Law"
Heed helpful advice from seasoned practitioners.—Paul Zulkie, Sarah Brown, Gerry Chapman, and Greg Siskind

 

Other Highlights Include:

"That’s a Wrap!"
Highlights from AILA’s 2011 Annual Conference in San Diego

 

Unsolicited Advice
"Consider Buying Your Own Office"—Cletus Weber

 

Spotlight
"Seven Years Up and Running ... What Now?"—Andrew Johnson

 

Balance
"The Yoga of Travel"—Danielle Polen

 

Behind the Case
"FGM Victim Receives Protection After Rare Attorney General Involvement"; "BIA Remands Case of Mental Competency, Outlines 5-Step Process for IJ Assessment"—Sheeba Raj

 

Face of AILA
Honoring Michael Naranjo and Page Barnes

 

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