Temporary vs. Permanent Visas, Client Intake, Deportation Defense, and More
Thinking about making the move to a new practice area? Don't miss this exciting opportunity to explore the fundamentals of immigration law! Analyze best practices for ensuring employer compliance, uncover practical guidance for deciding which cases to take, delve into current trends and hot topics, and much more. Gain insights and tips to help you get started - register today!
Review key concepts and terms.
Determine the differences between immigrant (permanent) and non-immigrant (temporary) visas.
Examine legal best practices for avoiding sanctions.
Discover the basics of removal proceedings.
Please note: No reference materials or credit will be available for this program.
Key Terms and Concepts
Differentiating Non-Immigrant (Temporary) vs. Immigrant (Permanent) Visas
Ensuring Employer Compliance: How to Avoid Sanctions
Determining Which Cases to Take: Guidelines for Client Intake
Deportation Defense and Removal Proceedings: What You Need to Know
CHRISTIAN G.A. ZELLER is the managing partner at Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A., where he limits his practice to immigration and nationality law. He offers expert representation in the areas of immigration solutions for businesses, I-9 worksite compliance, all business visa categories, consular processing, and appeals and immigration-related federal court litigation. Mr. Zeller is board certified by The Florida Bar in U.S. immigration & nationality law and he is admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales. He serves as an honorary consul to the Republic of Austria. Mr. Zeller has authored numerous articles on immigration & nationality law topics; and he is a frequent speaker at bar associations, universities, and private sector interest groups. He is a member of The Florida Bar, the American and Hillsborough bar Associations, the Federal Bar Association, and the Law Society of England and Wales.
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