CLE: Immigration Law Update Fall 2018—Reviewing the Second Half of 2018 under the Trump Administration (Live Webcast)
Immigration continues to be at the forefront of the Trump Administration’s agenda, with many updates on executive actions, legislation, and caselaw. Join us on Dec. 6 for this online seminar that examines the ongoing issues and changes, as well as their impact on the immigration environment.
Immigration lawyers, general practitioners, and young attorneys with basic to intermediate practice experience who attend this online program will better understand: the increased scrutiny of business visa applications under the Buy American Hire American Executive Order; the changes to public charge determinations under the administration’s proposed notice of rulemaking; how the proposed rulemaking around the detention of children will supersede the Flores settlement; the independence of immigration judges and the issues that have arisen; “chain migration” and attempts to limit family-based immigration; the changes to immigration enforcement standards and new executive orders on interior security and border enforcement; updates on litigation regarding DACA, PTS, and sanctuary cities; the changes related to refugees, asylum, special immigrant juveniles, and temporary protected status; and the recent case law updates, including Pereira vs. Sessions, Sessions v. Dimaya, and more.
The program is presented by the ISBA International and Immigration Law Section and qualifies for 1.50 hours MCLE credit.