E-learning Course: Grounds of Inadmissibility
Grounds of Inadmissibility
June 1-July 13, 2011
Click here for a more detailed course outline including the dates and times of the 7 webinars. Before registering for this training, please make sure that you will be available for these webinars.
$235 per person for CLINIC affiliate agencies
$260 per person for other nonprofit agency staff
$390 per person for private attorneys and staff
This six-week training on the grounds of inadmissibility provides an in-depth examination of the concept of inadmissibility. The training will cover when and to whom inadmissibility applies. Course participants will study in detail selected grounds of inadmissibility including immigration violations; misrepresentation and false claims to citizenship; smuggling; unlawful voting; crimes; and health-based grounds. Participants will also analyze ethical issues arising from representing clients subject to particular grounds of inadmissibility, as well as effective interviewing and client counseling techniques. While we will touch on the waivers available for some of these grounds, we will not look closely at waivers and how to apply for them; CLINIC’s fall 2011 e-learning course on waivers will cover those.
The course requires a time commitment of approximately four per week for each of the six weeks of the course. This time will be spent in different activities, including reading assignments, exercises, and participation in seven webinars conducted on consecutive Wednesdays, as listed in the detailed course schedule. The course will be interactive, with opportunities for online and real-time discussion among students, and between the students and the instructors. The instructors for this course will be CLINIC attorneys Sarah Bronstein, Jennie Guilfoyle, and Charles Wheeler. For questions about the course content, please contact Charles Wheeler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a detailed course outline, including the dates and times of the required webinars, click here. Note that in this e-learning course, successful completion of the course requires participation, not simply registration. Before you register, please carefully consider the dates and times of the scheduled webinars, as well as the additional time required each week for completion of the reading and assignments.
Registration: The training is for the staff of Catholic Charities and other community-based organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status, and attorneys and legal staff of private law offices. If you are registering as staff of a community-based organization, you must fax a copy of your IRS 501(c)(3) letter designating your agency as a nonprofit entity to CLINIC at 415-394-8696 to the attention of Chris Ozaki. Your registration will be confirmed upon receipt of this letter. If you are an attorney, please include your state bar number. Payment is by credit card only.
Please be sure to register under the correct category and for the correct training. All registration changes or cancellations are subject to an administrative charge of $70.00. Please note that CLINIC can only issue refunds for an e-learning course until one week prior to the first day of the training.
Space is limited to 25 participants. The deadline for registration is May 25, 2011, or sooner if registration is filled. For registration information contact Chris Ozaki at 415-394-9371 or at email@example.com.
CLE: CLINIC is authorized by the State Bar of California to provide minimum continuing legal education (MCLE) trainings. E-learning participants are eligible to claim 1.5 hours of MCLE credits per webinar for the webinar component of our e-learning immigration law courses. If you are an attorney licensed in another state, please check with your state bar to determine whether this training qualifies for MCLE credit.