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Seminar Number

9191

Registration
Fee:

$155

FAMILY IMMIGRATION LAW

RECORDED JANUARY 14, 2016

Archived Webcast

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 1 Professionalism Hour and 3 Trial Practice Hours

Co-Sponsor:
Immigration Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Safiya W. Byars, Program Co-Chair, Byars Firm, Inc., Atlanta
Monica S. Kinene, Program Co-Chair, Law Office of Monica Kinene, LLC, Chamblee

WELCOME AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Safiya W. Byars
FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRATION (IMMIGRANT VISA PREFERENCES SYSTEM AND CONSULATE INTERVIEWS) AND IMMIGRATION UPDATES
F. Rocky Rawcliffe, Rojas & Rawcliffe Immigration, LLC, Atlanta
ISSUES IN FAMILY LAW IMMIGRATION CASES WITH A FOCUS ON MARRIAGE-BASED PETITIONS, STEP-CHILDREN, AND ADOPTED CHILDREN
Carol Williams, Carol Williams Law Group, Atlanta
Jessica L. Gordon, The Law Office of Jessica L. Gordon, LLC, Marietta
POSSIBLE GROUNDS OF RELIEF OF REMOVAL—FREQUENTLY BASED ON FAMILY IMMIGRATION PETITIONS
Kristin Gledhill Williams, The Gledhill Law Firm, LLC, Chamblee
Grace R. Kennedy, The Kennedy Immigration Firm, LLC, Atlanta
INTRODUCTION TO COMMON WAIVERS WITH USCIS AND THE U.S. CONSULATE
Zainab A. Alwan, Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN), Atlanta
Sarah W. H. Owings, Antonini & Cohen Immigration Law Group, Atlanta
COMMON ISSUES THAT TRIGGER DENIALS, INITIATION OF DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS AND INADMISSIBILITY PROBLEMS WITH USCIS
Zaira Solano, Solano Law Firm, LLC, Decatur
FUNDAMENTALS OF NATURALIZATIONS
Nadia Deans Kalata, Garvish Immigration Law Group, LLC, Atlanta
PROFESSIONALISM IN IMMIGRATION LAW
Nisha K. Karnani, Antonini & Cohen Immigration Law Group, Atlanta