Immigration Consequences of Criminal Dispositions

Wednesday May 09
2018

  • By: New York Immigration Coalition
  • Time: 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Time Zone: Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • Location:
    NYIC's Large Conference Room
    131 W. 33rd St.
    Suite 610
    New York, NY

This training will review the various immigration issues faced by non-citizens who have been convicted or accused of criminal conduct. The training will cover the criminal bars and waivers for non-citizens seeking lawful permanent residence or other lawful status, criminal grounds of removal and waivers applicable to lawful permanent residents, and good moral character bars and deportation risks for lawful permanent residents with criminal records who are pursuing naturalization.  It will also touch on detention issues and intake strategies. This training will be conducted by Talia Peleg, Visiting Clinical Law Professor, CUNY School of Law’s Immigrant and Noncitizen Rights’ Clinic. Please note that this training is only open to organizations and attorneys based in New York State.

Registration:
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