This is the second webinar in the three-part series, “Overview of Immigration Consequences of Crimes.”
This webinar will examine what case dispositions qualify as convictions and when a challenge to the conviction will be recognized for immigration law purposes. We will also review when admissions to criminal conduct or the conduct alone without an admission may trigger an immigration consequence. In addition, the webinar will examine crime-related questions and instructions on application forms, including the role of arrest records in adjudications.
CA MCLE: 1.5
Training prices: Private Attorneys and Staff – $300, Nonprofit Agency Staff – $180, CLINIC Affiliates – $105