Monday, February 02, 2015

Crimmigration: When Criminal Law Hits Immigration Law - Federal Bar Association SDNY


Southern District of New York Chapter

And Immigration Law Section

Cordially Invites You to a Truly Educational CLE


Experts in immigration and criminal law will provide immigration attorneys with a thorough and working understanding of the intersection of criminal law and the consequences on immigration cases.

Date: February 18th 2015

Time: 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.


Second Circuit Courthouse

Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse

40 Foley Square, Room 145, New York, New York

Opening cocktail and light fare reception 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

(2 skills hours- New York CLE credit only- approval pending) 

·         How to understand charging documents Under New York State Law

·         Using criminal documents to your  advantage in immigration court

·         Understanding the Rap Sheet

·         Should you post bail?  How does it affect the Immigration case along with  strategies when there is an ICE hold

·         The New Department of Corrections law on ICE holds

·         How to properly work with criminal lawyers on pleas, bonds, etc.- What they need to know-What you need to know

·         Understanding the Supreme Court’s decisions in Moncrieffe and Descamps

·         The latest decisions by the Board of Immigration Appeals in light of these important decisions

·         The implications of all these court decisions

·         Arguments you can use in Immigration Court

The Panel:
Immigration Attorneys:                              Isaac Wheeler  and Matthew Guadagno

Criminal Lawyers:                                      Labe Richman and Chris Flood

Moderated by Cheryl R David

Who Should Attend: Newly admitted and experienced attorneys and law students.    



Free for Current and NEW FBA members (i.e. signing up to become a member of FBA)

$30 for non-FBA members 

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Tuition assistance available for qualified applicants.

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Southern District of New York Chapter of The Federal Bar Association


c/o  Amy N. Gell

FBA: Immigration Law Section N.Y. CLE Chair, Immigration Law Committee SDNY

Gell & Gell

299 Broadway, Room#620

New York, NY 10007                          
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