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CLE# 1999-005: Representing Immigrants Affected by the Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central Relief Act (NACARA)

Credits: 3.75 General

Date: Tuesday, March 2, 1999


NO DVD or Audio available

Course Materials Only:

*No CLE credit for materials only.


Topics:

NOTE: Any Alaska Bar member who volunteers to take an immigration case pro bono through the Alaska Immigration Justice Project can check out this CLE for FREE.

NACARA; discussing NACARA with a potential client; meeting the suspension requirements; applying for NACARA and building your case; motions and approvals; psychological assessment of the client specifically documenting post traumatic stress syndrome; other immigration remedies. This CLE also includes a mock NACARA hearing. The program is designed for practitioners at any level who are interested in or already involved in immigration cases.


Faculty:

Attorneys Robin Bronen, Director of Immigration & Refugee services, Catholic Social Services (CSS), Mara Kimmel, Immigration & Refugee Services (CSS), Dorothy Stefan, District Counsel, Immigration & Naturalization Service, Anchorage; and Margaret Stock, Stock & Moeller, LLC; Professor Francisco Miranda, Spanish Program Coordinator, University of Alaska; and clinical psychologists Frank P. Gonzales, Department of Internal Medicine, Alaska Native Medical Center, and Karen Ferguson, Dena A. Coy Residential Treatment Program.


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