Now more than ever given our current political climate and era of increased enforcement, business immigration attorneys face greater ethical challenges and practical problems advising on work visas. Therefore, it is essential for immigration lawyers to stay updated on new developments, be clear on current interpretations of ethical rules, and cautious in their representation. Our speakers will discuss significant updates to the revised AILA Ethics Compendium, practical issues to consider, best practices, and strategies for the ethical business immigration lawyer.
- Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, Excessive Caseloads, Delegation, and Competence
- Application of the Harboring Doctrine
- Affirmative Duty to Outline Risks and Sanctions to the Employer vs. Affirmative Duty to Inform USCIS of a Violation
- Dual Representation and Managing Ethical Conflicts: Termination, Layoffs, Forced Leave of Absence, Salary Reductions, Etc.
- Redacting Personal Information Submitted with RFE Responses
- Customizing Engagement Agreements in Employment-Based Cases: Is All Information Shared?
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