NOTE: Starting time for Friday, Feb 26 is 9 AM
Special Session added: Lunchtime speaker for Thursday February 25, 2021
“A Review of President Biden’s Immigration Actions to Date”
By Jorge L. Barón, Executive Director of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP), a nationally-recognized legal services organization dedicated solely to advancing and defending the rights of low-income immigrants.
13 CLE credits (1.75 Ethics)
The Program will be held completely online using ZOOM
To Register: CLICK HERE
The program covers critical fundamental topics such as:
- An Introduction to Employment Based Immigration;
- The Alphabet Soup of Nonimmigrant Employment Visas;
- Tackling Removal Proceedings – including a live mock trial;
- EB-1s and EB-2s;
- Labor Certification in a Nutshell;
- Basics of Family-based Immigration;
- Ethics 101 and considerably more.
Pricing: The program is low cost to encourage and support everyone who would benefit from attending.
|Lawyers Working Full Time for Non-Profits||$74|
CLE SCHOLARSHIP – If you are not able to afford the registration fee, you are welcome to apply for a scholarship by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “CLE Scholarship” in the subject line. The Chapter will provide up to 10 scholarships to members in need. (If more than 10 apply, names will be randomly selected.) Your application must be received by February 10, 2021. You will be notified by February 16th if you have been approved for a scholarship.
Important Note: The Annual NW Regional AILA Conference will be held in OCTOBER 2021. This year the NW Regional CLE will only have two tracks because the ‘Basics Track” that is usually part of the NW Regional CLE is being held independently in February.
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