November 9th, 2pm Eastern
Webinar Fee: $50
CLINIC Affiliate Fee: $25
- Do you know a conviction or admission to a crime when you see it?
- What if your client paid a fine in connection with possession of marijuana?
- Or admitted to a USCIS examiner that he stole a wallet from Target?
- Do those scenarios trigger crime-based immigration consequences?
Crime-based inadmissibility can arise from both convictions and admissions, but these terms have legal definitions that we need to utilize when we assess the significance of our client’s criminal record or conduct. In this webinar, CLINIC attorneys Brad Jenkins and Susan Schreiber will examine when a case disposition constitutes a conviction for immigration law purposes and under what circumstances a client’s statements may constitute an admission triggering inadmissibility.