13-Hour Program

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Why You Should Attend

PLI’s 56th Annual Immigration and Naturalization Institute will offer an outstanding faculty of expert practitioners who will discuss recent developments, key immigration trends, and practical strategies.

This unique two-day conference focuses on immigration with the first day emphasizing the overall immigration landscape, employment-based immigration issues, government agencies, and ethical issues. The second day of the program addresses family-based representation, humanitarian relief, deportation defense best practices, and Supreme Court developments. Attend this conference and take away tools and strategies that you can use to recharge and revitalize your practice and help your clients in 2024.

What You Will Learn

After completing this program, participants will be able to:

  • Evaluate recent and prospective Congressional and Biden Administration immigration initiatives
  • Identify USCIS processing trends and practical tips
  • Understand State Department/Consular Affairs developments
  • Analyze PERM current adjudication trends
  • Consider creative immigration strategies
  • Spot and handle ethical issues
  • Recognize and prepare for family based issues in immigration
  • Identify relief for vulnerable populations
  • Assess asylum obstacles and how to handle them
  • Appreciate key criminal deportation defense issues
  • Follow latest Supreme Court and federal immigration developments

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for attorneys who work with immigration matters as part of a diverse practice or who specialize in immigration law. In-house counsel and personnel managers who have employment and immigration matter responsibility also will benefit from attending this program.

Program Level: Intermediate

Prerequisites: An interest in immigration issues

Advanced Prep: None

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