Friday December 13
Overview of Family Based Immigration

This course will give advocates an understanding of the family based immigration system, family preference categories, consular processing and adjustment of status in order to advise clients and prepare applications for family based immigrant visas.  Participants will also gain an understanding of how the Department of State's visa bulletin works and be able to determine who may unexpectedly have a claim to United States Citizenship depending on their place of birth and specific information about their parents.   

  • When
    Friday, December 13, 2019
    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Location
    Legal Services NYC - Central
    40 Worth St., 6th floor
    New York, NY 10013

  • CLE Credits
    Areas of Professional Practice: 2.00
  • Format
    Traditional Live Classroom
  • Practice Area(s)
  • Price: $0

About the Faculty

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    Amir Rasoulpour (Speaker)

    Amir Rasoulpour is a partner at Rasoulpour Torregoza PLLC (www.legalease.us). The firm focuses on family, employment, and humanitarian based immigration. Amir also provides low-bono immigration work at various non-profits and previously worked in the non-profit sector as a staff attorney at the AIDS Center of Queens County. He is a graduate of CUNY Law School and he is currently an adjunct professor CUNY Hunter College where he teachers undergraduate courses on constructions of family, gender, and sexuality under U.S. immigration law and policy.