Entry into the United States -- whether as a visitor for a short duration, or an immigrant with an intent to stay -- is a complicated area of law. Learn how to advise your clients -- and how to help yourself! -- while navigating the changing landscape of US immigration law.
This workshop will cover three topics -- family immigration, business immigration, and visas. It is not meant to be exhaustive. Rather, as a topical overview, you will leave the webinar with a greater understanding of how the US system works, the timeframes involved, the steps required for the most common forms of immigration and visa applications, and what to watch out for in terms of triggers and immigration pit-falls. More importantly, the new immigration reforms by President Obama will also be discussed.
Everyone is welcome to take part. Please invite any you feel might benefit from learning more about US immigration law. Let's get the right information out to those that can benefit from immigration reform!
Sean R. Hanover, Esq., principal attorney of Hanover Law -- an immigration and criminal/family law practice based in Washington, DC -- will be hosting the event.
The entire presentation will be streamed live, 18 December 2014 at 1pm (Eastern US time). It will last approximately 90 minutes and is absolutely free. If you are in the Washington, DC area, you are welcome to attend in person (this will be produced in our Fairfax offices).
To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate your name, and occupation. We will send you the link and syllabus. There are no prerequisites to attending -- and we will answer questions at the conclusion of the presentation.