Program Chair Rebekah Grafton Speaks At A Conference On The “Importance Of T-Visas” For The AILA
Program Chair Rebekah Grafton has put together a spectacular lineup of webinars featuring speakers who will discuss relevant topics about the latest happenings in immigration law. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to participate in any or all of these webinars to get the most up to date information on this very important practice area of the law. The webinar series will run monthly from November 2017 through February 2018.
U VISAS and T VISAS: An Introduction and Overview
Date: Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time: 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
CLE Credit: 1.0 CLE Hour
Heather Ziemba, Senior Associate Attorney, Helen Tarokic Law, Wilmington, NC
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
This webinar will serve as an introduction to the U visa and T visas which may be available to the victims of crimes and/or victims of trafficking. The presentation will discuss the requirements to pursuing these non-immigrant visas, as well as the waivers that can be used to allow applicants to be eligible despite grounds of inadmissibility. The presentation will discuss options for requesting law enforcement certifications, as well as a discussion of screening questions attorneys can use to determine if their clients may be eligible to pursue these visas.
REGISTRATION FEES (Includes CLE credit and webinar materials via electronic link)
NCAJ Member: $99
REGISTRATION IS QUICK AND EASY!
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NCAJ CLE Season Tickets: CLE Season Tickets are NOT valid for webinars.
Live Webinars: Webinars are quick, lunch time seminars providing important information to help you better serve your clients. Webinars allow you to minimize your time out of the office and still earn the CLE credit you need. Since a webinar is a live program, this does NOT count towards your 6.0 CLE hour annual maximum of online CLE.
Attorney Rebekah Grafton speaks at a conference on the “Importance Of T-Visas” by AILA Carolinas Chapter
The AILA Carolinas Chapter represents hundreds of member attorneys in North Carolina and South Carolina. Chapter meetings feature prominent guest speakers from the Departments of Homeland Security, State, Justice, and Labor, and the Chapter is active in liaison and advocacy efforts.
The conference program will provide beginner, intermediate and advanced topics on T visas and anti-trafficking work for lawyers in SC, NC and attorneys supervised out of state.
Remarkable speakers representing several firms around the country, including lawyers, law enforcement, therapists, and social workers, among others who participate in anti-trafficking legal work or services, will be providing helpful insights on never-before-seen topics like Faith-Based Coercion/Religious Trafficking introduction, and an entire panel devoted to domestic-violence based trafficking.