2019 Strategies for Clients Facing “CIMTs” - Recording (.MP3)
Of the criminal grounds of inadmissibility and deportability, crimes involving moral turpitude (CIMTs) are the most difficult to analyze because they are left undefined by the INA. Our panel of experts will guide you through the latest developments regarding the changing definition of CIMTs in order to provide a practical framework for analyzing, fighting, and waiving them. In addition, experts will provide their top tips for how to stay current regarding this complex and ever-developing area of immigration law.
- Will a CIMT Always Lead to a Finding of Deportability and/or Inadmissibility? What Exceptions Are There?
- What Is the “Petty Offense Exception” to the CIMT Ground of Inadmissibility Under INA §212(a)(2)(A)(ii)(II)?
- Despite the Presence of a CIMT, When Might Your Client Still Be Eligible for Either Cancellation of Removal or a Waiver of Inadmissibility?
- Collaborating with Criminal Defense Counsel on Advising Clients During Plea Negotiations, Post-Conviction Relief, and Expungements
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