But I’m Not an Expert! What You Need to Know About Common Non-Immigration Questions Your Clients Expect You to Know
November 23, 2021
2:00 PM (ET)
While clients may think that we have all the answers, they are often coming to us with questions about things outside our scope of knowledge. Giving the traditional lawyer answer of “It depends,” can only lead to frustration when you don’t have the answers right at your fingertips. What do you really need to know and when do you ethically have to refer to someone else?
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- Annulment Issues Including Grounds, Divorce Not Finalized in Home Country and Married “Accidentally” to Two People, and Religious Ceremonies vs. State Marriage
- Medical Exemption Basics for N-400
- Medical Exam FAQs and Psych Exam Issues
- Common Social Security and Benefits Issues; Common DMV Issues
- Powers of Attorney Basics
*Lilia G. Alcaraz Tocchini (DL), Phoenix, AZ [D&I]
*Meghan Moore, AILA Ethics Committee, Wyoming, MI
*Petula Natasha McShiras, Colorado Springs, CO
*Johanna W. Guerrero, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Miami, FL
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The But I'm Not an Expert! What You Need to Know About Common Non-Immigration Questions Your Clients Expect You to Know web seminar takes place Thursday, November 23, 2021, at the times noted below:
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