Live CLE Seminar
Immigration Workshop: Conquering Family & Employment Immigration Forms
September 18, 2012 • Tampa, FL
This course will provide an overview and introduction into the basic concepts of U.S. immigration law and procedure pertaining specifically to family- and employment-based visas. Included in the class is a step-by-step workshop on which forms should be filed and how they should be completed.
Additionally, the CLE will discuss the many different types of visas from the B-1 and B-2 to the H-1b, TN and E-3s. Additionally, Student visas F,M and J and family based visas K-1 through K-4 along with other family- and employment-based visas will be also be covered.
- Overview of ways to obtain lawful permanent resident status in the United States
- Overview of family relationships which afford immigration status
- Process of filing for immigration status based on family relationship
- Issues involving Marriage to US citizen
- Obtaining lawful permanent resident status based on employment
- Temporary Employment Based Visas
- Employment Creation Visa (EB 5)
- Discussion about change in enforcement priorities for individuals in Immigration court
Attorney Ellen R. Gorman
Ellen R. Gorman, P.A. – Tampa, FL
Ellen R. Gorman is the founder of Ellen R. Gorman P.A. She is an experienced Immigration Litigator having successfully tried cases before the EOIR (Executive Office for Immigration Review). In addition, Ms. Gorman has extensive experience in Zealously representing her clients before the USCIS. She has lectured before many organizations and student groups regarding immigration issues, and is nationally known for her work involving foreign student immigration issues.
Ellen lived in Germany for 3 years, and is fluent in German, and competent in Spanish. Prior to practicing law, she served as an International Student advisor at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Ms. Gorman has earned the distinguished privilege of practicing before the United States Supreme Court.
- Suny - Albany, B.A., German 1974
- Northeastern University, M.Ed., Education Counseling
- New England Shchool of Law, J.D., 1992
- The Florida Bar
- American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
- St. Petersburg Bar Association
- NAFSA: Association of International Educators
Total CLE Credit Hours:
This course has been approved by the Florida Bar. Please contact LawReviewCle for the exact number of CLE credits.
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09:00 AM – 12:15 PM
Hyatt Regency Tampa Hotel
211 North Tampa Street
Tampa, FL 33602
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