Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation
Illinois Legal Aid Online
|Date:||Tuesday, January 27, 2009|
|Time:||12:15 PM - 01:15 PM|
|Location:||Chicago Volunteer Legal Services
100 North LaSalle, Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60602
|Speakers:|| Rich Hanus
Immigration law and family often intertwine. Divorce lawyers need to know how to get or keep
clients and their family members in this country, while immigration lawyers need to know the
ins and outs of family law practice. Can an immigrant obtain legal status through adoption or
guardianship? How can an abused wife protect herself while also avoiding deportation? Does a
custody order have any effect in an immigration case, or with a foreign government? Immigration
attorney Richard Hanus will discuss immigration law as it relates to family law issues, including
adoption and child custody. From "green card marriages" to VAWA petitions and foreign adoptions,
this program will answer questions for non immigration attorneys and give you the working
knowledge that you need to represent non US citizens.
Register by sending your name and telephone
number via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax at (312) 332-1460.
You can receive CLE credit for attending this training and for watching the live webcast.
To receive credit for watching the webcast, you must email Elizabeth Franklin at
email@example.com by 2:00pm on the day of the webcast. Please put the title of the webcast
in the subject of your email, i.e. "CVLS CLE [Name of Seminar]."
This live webcast is over. MCLE credit for this live webcast can not be requested after the webcast is ended.
This live webcast event is over, you can view an archive of this event by clicking below:
Immigration Issues in Family Law
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