Crimmigration 101-Recording (.MP3)
|Recording Date||02/02/16 |
02:00 PM (ET)
|Format||MP3 / PDF|
Crimmigration—the intertwining of criminal and immigration law—can affect the noncitizen during every stage of his or her immigration status. This seminar discusses how to identify, analyze, and minimize the effect of a criminal conviction on your noncitizen client.
- Overview of the Grounds of Inadmissibility and Removability
- Most Common Criminal Grounds of Removability and Inadmissibility
- Importance of Determining the Immigration Consequences of a Criminal Conviction
- How to Determine If a Conviction Is a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude, an Aggravated Felony, or a Crime of Violence
- Minimizing the Effect of a Criminal Conviction on Your Client's Immigration Status
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