Immigration 101: The Nuts and Bolts (CA location)

Our Immigration 101 two-day program is a must-attend for any attorney new, or somewhat new, to their immigration practice.

Actually, it’s also great for anyone who needs to know more about a specific practice area of immigration that is not yet their forte, or needs a refresher.

We’ll kick off the first day with a good, broad introduction to immigration law and practice, give you a road map, and cover all of the myriad Terms of Art and acronyms you need to know to practice in this area. This includes the list of authorities who regulate immigration, the interplay between immigration laws and policy, the difference between Immigrant and Non-Immigrant, Visa vs. Status, Inadmissibility vs. Deportability, and more. You get the idea.

Once you’ve had that thorough overview, our faculty will provide some guidance and advice about how to set up and manage your immigration practice. What do you do when someone walks in the door? What resources are available? What should your intake form look like? What cases should you turn down? All important questions.

Once you’ve got the basics, faculty will launch into the rest of the program. This includes, on Day One: Permanent (immigrant) Visas: Family Based, Permanent (immigrant) Visas: Employment Based, and Waivers.

On Day Two, you will learn about: Working Visas, Immigration Court, Inadmissibility and removability, Immigration Court, Refugee and Asylum and Citizenship.

It’s a thorough program. You’ll learn what you need to know and you will take home a terrific handout with some helpful resources.

This agenda is tentative and may be revised slightly.

Want a nice trip to sunny Florida in January instead? You can take this course in Miami on January 16-17 (different faculty/slightly different agenda). Take a look at that program here.

Can’t attend? This program will be recorded live on March 19-20, 2020 in Los Angeles. The audio package, including seminar materials, will be available within two-three weeks after each live program date. The program will also be recorded on January 16-17 in Miami. You can pre-order that program here.

Can’t wait? Do you need this information now? You can purchase our October, 2018 audio recording and handout package of this seminar held in Fort Lauderdale here (there are a few minor differences in the agenda and faculty).


Need a room? A special rate has been negotiated with our venue, the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport. Please use this link or call (800) 233-1234 to make your reservations.

REMINDER: We do not recommend making pre-paid, non-refundable travel arrangements in case a program is cancelled due to an emergency. We are not responsible for non-refundable travel/hotel expenses.


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The following agenda is tentative. Please check back soon for updates. 

Day One
March 19, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

9:00 – 10:00
Broad Introduction, Resources and Important Terms

  • Authorities:
    • USCIS
    • ICE
    • CBP
    • Department of Homeland Security
    • US Department of Justice – Immigration Court
    • US Department of State -Embassies
    • US Department of Labor
  • Governing Law: The interplay between Immigration laws and policy

Terms of Art

  • Immigrant vs. Non-Immigrant;
  • Visa vs. Status
  • Inadmissibility vs. Deportability
  • Who is considered not legally in the US?
  • Unlawfully Present, Out of Status or both?

Other Important Acronyms

10:00 – 10:15

10:15 – 12:00
Non-Immigrant Visas

  • H-1B visas/status and Labor Condition Applications (LCAs)
  • L-1 visas/status
  • Other non-immigrant categories, including B, E, F, J, K, O, R, S, T, TN, and U
  • Visa Waiver Program
  • Rules of chargeability
  • Waivers of inadmissibility: 212(e), 212(d)

12:00 – 1:00
(on your own)

1:00 – 2:00
Employment Based Immigrant Visas and Employment Enforcement

  • Employment-based (EB 1-5) immigrant visa
  • categories
  • Labor certifications
  • Employer compliance (INA 274A)
  • Priority Dates

2:00 – 2:30
Consular Processing and Procedures

  • Consular processing v. Adjustment of Status
  • Arriving aliens and reentry doctrine
  • Affidavits of support
  • Reentry permits and abandonment of LPR status
  • Parole-in-place
  • Burden of proof

2:30 – 2:45

2:45 – 4:00
Family Based Immigrant Visas

  • Family-based immigrant visa categories
  • Marriage fraud (including 204(c))
  • Adjustment of status (INA 245(a), (c), (k) and (i))
  • Conditional Permanent Resident status
  • Violence Against Women Act
  • Child Status Protection Act
  • Affidavits of support

4:00 – 5:00
Removal, Relief and Bonds

  • Removal Proceedings
  • Criminal grounds of removability
  • Other grounds of removability
  • Relief:
    • Cancellation of Removal (LPR & Non-LPR)
    • Asylum/Withholding/CAT
    • NACARA
    • 212(c)
    • INA § 237(a)(1)(H) waiver
    • Voluntary Departure
    • Temporary Protected Status
    • AOS
    • Suspension of Deportation
  • Expedited removal (INA 235(b) and 238)
  • Executive actions and prosecutorial discretion
  • Bonds
    • Eligibility, Jurisdiction
    • Redeterminations and Conditions
    • Mandatory Detention
    • Rodriguez Hearing
  • Reinstatement of removal orders

Day Two
March 20, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


9:00 – 10:00
Motions and Review

  • In absentia hearings and orders
  • Motions to reopen/reconsider/remand/ terminate in removal proceedings
  • Other agency actions
  • Administrative Appeals (BIA, AAO, BALCA)
  • Judicial deference to administrative actions and orders (Chevron and Brand X)
  • Federal court jurisdiction
  • Federal District Court actions
  • Federal Court of Appeals review
  • The latest court cases
  • Challenges to NTAs

10:00 – 10:15

10:15 – 11:45
Bars to Admissibility& Waivers

  • Criminal activity (INA 212(a)(2))
  • Misrepresentation (INA 212(a)(6)(C)
  • Unlawful presence (INA 212(a)(9))
  • Other inadmissibility grounds
  • Waivers of inadmissibility (212(h), 212(i), 212(a)(9)(B)(v), 212(e), 212(d))
  • Application to apply for admission after removal, I-212
  • 237(a)(1)(H) waivers for those who were inadmissible at the time of admission to the US
  • General waiver for non-immigrants
  • Immigrant waivers and eligibility
    • Who are the qualifying relatives?
    • How best to demonstrate extreme hardship
  • Provisional waivers and criteria
    • What happens if the client is denied a provisional waiver?
    • Risks associated with sending the client abroad to interview after the waiver is recommended for approval
  • Waivers after prior removal or deportation, permission to reapply for admission to the US;
  • Waivers for Asylees
  • INA 245k certain employment-based applicants
  • Hot topics in waivers
    • Wavers for the Travel Ban
    • Upward tick of allegations of alien smuggling
    • Drug possession, drug trafficking and/or the dreaded “reason to believe” label
    • Waiver for entry on a photo switched passport
    • Matter of Arrabelly case
  • Stacking Waivers

11:45 – 12:45
Lunch (on your own)

12:45 – 1:15
Ethics/Professional Responsibility

  • Duties to clients
  • Duties to opposing counsel, administrative agencies, and courts
  • Attorney’s fees and fee agreements
  • Conflicts of interest

1:15 – 2:45
Naturalization and Citizenship

  • Good moral character
  • Residence and physical presence
  • Naturalization procedure (including administrative and court review)
  • Acquisition of citizenship (current law only)
  • Child Citizenship Act and pre-CCA derivative naturalization
  • Criteria and eligibility
  • Was the client “lawfully admitted for permanent residence?”
  • How to conduct the initial consult with the client who is seeking to naturalize
  • How to properly screen the case before filing and the importance of evaluating the case history
  • What is the statutory period?
  • Preparer’s signature warnings/Attorney declaration
  • Supporting documents to submit with the application
  • The naturalization interview
  • When is the applicant actually considered a US citizen?
  • Child support
  • Denaturalization proceedings

2:45 – 3:00

3:00 – 4:00
Refugee and Asylum

  • Bars to asylum
  • Eligibility to asylum
  • Credible Fear v. Reasonable Fear
  • Hot issues: Particular Social Groups
  • Withholding
  • Convention Against Torture


Day 1 – March 19, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  (Lunch on your own)

Day 2 – March 20, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  (Lunch on your own)


Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
6225 West Century Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Check in begins 30 minutes before the program starts.


Parking: Discounted $20 self park (Parking Spot behind hotel) and $25 valet parking.


Need a room? A special rate has been negotiated with our venue, the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport. Please use this link or call (800) 233-1234 to make your reservations.

REMINDER: We do not recommend making pre-paid, non-refundable travel arrangements in case a program is cancelled due to an emergency. We are not responsible for non-refundable travel/hotel expenses.



The following testimonials are from our previous Immigration 101 programs in California:

“This class was simply phenomenal. Thank you!” Gisela Rodrigues, Esq.

“It was an incredibly helpful overview of immigration! Thank you!” Yana Loboda, Esq.

“I wanted an entry level, basic introduction to Immigration Law and that’s what I got. I was very impressed by the quality of the presenters; they were all experts in their field and were effective in sharing their wide knowledge base with us.” Laura Cabrera, Esq.

“Speakers were extremely knowledgeable and willing to answer even the simplest question. Felt as though it was a comprehensive introduction to a complicated subject.”  Lauren Bebek, Esq.

“Great overview of the visas!” Sherine Makar, Esq.

“Excellent experience. Good job!” Gulomjon Azimov, Esq.

“Excellent staff and fantastic speakers. 5-Star program. Very satisfied with panels, content, and hotel location. [Pincus Staff] were very professional and extremely competent; ALL of the attorney presenters were erudite, highly-experienced, and very interesting – some of the best I’ve heard. The overall quality of the entire program was excellent.”

“It was an incredibly helpful overview of immigration! Thank you!” Yana Loboda, Esq.

“As an attendee of the ‘Introduction to Immigration Practice’ I wanted to thank you for your insightful and obviously dedicated presentation this afternoon. I enjoyed both the material presented and the obvious dedication with which it was presented.Thank you for your time and your energy.” G. Gottlieb, Esq.

“I thought that the seminar was helpful and informative.” April Perez, Esq.
“Incredible rooster of speakers.” Margaret Serrano, Esq.

“Excellent!”  Donald Garrard, Esq.

“Excellent experience, good job!” Gulomjon Azimov, Esq.
“Absolutely satisfied with the course and the information I received from it.” Sylysya L. Wilkerson, Esq.
“It was great and I learned a lot. It was an awesome experience, thank you!” Ismael Rosas, Esq.
“As a new attorney to immigration law I was satisfied with the program because it provided a great overview of immigration laws. I chose this particular seminar because of the comprehensive nature of the agenda and I appreciated that so many topics within immigration were covered.”
“Everything was well explained.” Aaron Caspar, Esq.
“Great overview. Thanks! I work in a niche area of immigration law and wanted a base for other types of visas. Great seminar.”
“It’s a good seminar. Thank you all! Loved Susan and Alary!!” Jenny (Paralegal)
“Speakers were fabulous. Lots of energy, extremely knowledgeable, and their material was informative.” David A. Torres, Esq.
“Fantastic! Really enjoyed the very clear discussion of issues relevant to day-to-day practice. Thank you!”

“Extremely up-to-date with current immigration matters.”

“Well organized, breaks at perfect times, panel was perfect, great speakers. Well done!”

“Speakers were very good obviously know their stuff.”

“I needed a systematic overview of the major immigration case types and got it.”
“Truly enjoyed all the speakers and topics.”
“Well organized, breaks at perfect times, panel was perfect, great speakers. Well done!”
“Speakers were very good obviously know their stuff.”

“Good energy & display of expertise.”

“Very good speakers, well organized.”

“It’s a good seminar, thank you all!”
“Comprehensive; covers all major bases.”

“A lot of practical knowledge!”

“Lots of new info!”


Sabrina Damast, Esq.

Law Office of Sabrina Damast, Inc.

Sabrina Damast practices in the areas of immigration and nationality law and post-conviction relief.  Before opening her own law practice, Sabrina served as a judicial law clerk in the Los Angeles Immigration Court and worked as an immigration attorney in private practice.  As a law clerk, she conducted research and wrote more than two hundred decisions for dozens of Immigration Judges. She developed an expertise in all forms of deportation defense, including applications for asylum, permanent residence, NACARA, fraud waivers, and criminal waivers.  As an attorney in private practice, she solidified these skills by representing clients threatened with deportation.  

Sabrina is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Los Angeles County Bar Association. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, swing dancing, and musical theater, and she is the leader of a local Girl Scout troop.  Sabrina is a member of the New York and California Bars and is admitted to the Central District of California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.  She frequently publishes articles, teaches CLEs, and gives presentations on immigration law. 

Susan S. Han, Esq.
Founder/Certified Legal Specialist in Immigration & Nationality Law
Han Law Group

Ms. Susan S. Han is the founder and owner of Han Law Group, Immigration Attorneys. She has been practicing immigration law since 1998 and has vast experience in handling all aspects of immigration law including family-based petitions, business immigration, deportation and removal, asylum, U-visas, TPS, citizenship and naturalization, and appeals at all levels.

In addition to her practice, Ms. Han has been an adjunct professor at California State University, Los Angeles, and is a frequent guest speaker on immigration topics for various bar organization such as the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).  

Ms. Han received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She graduated with a Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern University School of Law where she earned the American Jurisprudence Award in Constitutional Law.

Amy Lenhert, Esq.
Certified Legal Specialist in Immigration & Nationality Law
Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez LLP

Amy Lenhert has expertise in a broad range immigration matters and is a Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law, State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. She has successfully litigated cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and the U.S. District Courts of California, Nebraska, and Washington, D.C.

In addition to her federal court practice, Amy has represented clients in removal proceedings throughout the United States; assisting her clients in obtaining cancellation of removal for lawful permanent residents, cancellation of removal for nonresidents, waivers for fraud and criminal convictions, and applications for asylum.  She has successfully represented clients with administrative appeals to both the Board of Immigration Appeals and the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office.

Amy also regularly represents individuals in connection with family-based visa petitions, unlawful presence waivers, applications for naturalization, and complex citizenship claims.

Amy believes strongly in the importance of giving back, and regularly provides pro bono legal services through a variety of organizations.  She serves on the advisory committee for the Los Angeles office of Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), an organization dedicated to ensuring that no child appears in immigration court without legal representation.

Amy received her Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School Los Angeles in 2003.

She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the Los Angeles Bar Association, and the Federal Bar Association.

Claribel Madueña, Esq.
Law Office of Claribel P. Madueña, P.C.

Claribel Palacios Madueña, Esq. earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of California, San Diego.  She became an immigration attorney shortly after she graduated from Loyola Law School Los Angeles in 2009. Ms. Madueña has gained extensive experience in a wide range of immigration cases and has successfully guided hundreds of individuals through the very complicated and stressful immigration process.  

Throughout her legal career, Ms. Madueña has been fearless in her pursuit to achieve the best results for her clients.​​  Ms. Madueña did not always know that she would practice immigration law, but she always knew that she wanted to be an attorney.  From a very young age, she possessed a strong sense of justice and the desire to help others.  Additionally, as the daughter of parents that immigrated to the U.S. from Nicaragua and El Salvador, Attorney Madueña can relate to the  immigrant community.  Helping families remain together and giving them hope for the future is not only rewarding, but also fuels her drive to be an effective advocate. 

Ms. Madueña generously donates her time to immigration legal clinics held by various non-profit organizations all over the Bay Area.  In addition,  she provides continuing education opportunities for the immigrant community, and conducts seminars/workshops for  potential clients, employers, and third-party administrators on a regular basis. 

During her free-time, Ms. Madueña enjoys spending time with her husband, Anthoney, and their dog, Lola. She also likes to read, stay active, go to the beach, and travel. As the daughter of a retired U.S. Navy Seabee, she has traveled the globe and speaks Spanish fluently and is proficient in Italian.

Margarita Manduley, Esq.
Partner/Certified Legal Specialist in Immigration & Nationality Law
Manduley & Camissasa, PC

Margarita Manduley was born in Cuba and inmigrated to the United States as a child. She received her Bachelors of Arts degree from the University of Southern California and her juris doctor from Loyola Law School.

Margarita practices immigration law exclusively. Before opening her law firm with her partner, Mariela Camissasa, Margarita worked as a detention attorney for the Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC), a non profit organization that offers pro bono legal assistance to detainees in removal proceedings.

Margarita is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association. (LACBA).

Attorney Manduley has been admitted to the California Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the Central District of California, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Margarita has received numerous certificates of recognition from community organizations for her work and commitment to immigrant communities.

As an immigrant, Margarita understands the suffering of those that come to the United States in search of freedom and a better life for themselves and their loved ones. As a wife and mother, she recognizes that each case represents the future of an entire family. For that reason, each client is treated, not as one more file, but as a person whose life will be affected by the outcome of his or her immigration case.

Alary E. Piibe, Esq.
Partner/Certified Legal Specialist in Immigration & Nationality Law
Hill & Piibe, Immigration Attorneys

Alary E. Piibe is a long-time litigator and certified as a specialist in immigration and nationality law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization who has developed keen and aggressive courtroom skills. Mr. Piibe prides himself as a formidable strategist who will make persuasive, effective presentations, and who represents his clients in a straightforward manner before US ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Department of Homeland Security), US CIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security) and the Immigration Court. This litigation style translates into a benefit for his clients, and helps cause the government to make a thorough and careful consideration of the cases during the adjudication process. 

Mr. Piibe has considerable experience in applying for waivers for unlawful presence (otherwise known as “3/10 waivers” or “illegal presence” waivers). He treats each case as unique and devotes many firm resources in an “all-out” effort to obtain a successful conclusion that reunites a family. He is especially adept at criminal immigration issues, understanding the nuances that can mean the difference between success and deportation. Under his guidance, the firm has vacated numerous criminal convictions to cancel their effect on deportation and removal. 

Mr. Piibe’s experience before the Asylum Office and the Immigration Court gives his clients additional protection, and he has won several asylum cases involving complicated and technical issues, which most immigration attorneys would have declared hopeless. Mr. Piibe is a member of both the California State Bar as well as the federal District Courts, enabling him great latitude to appear in any Court to pursue his clients’ needs.

Carl Shusterman, Esq.
Certified Legal Specialist in Immigration & Nationality Law
Law Offices of Carl Shusterman

Mr. Shusterman is a 1973 graduate of the UCLA School of Law. He served as an attorney for the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) until 1982 when he entered the private practice of law. He is authorized to practice before the Supreme Court of California, the Federal District Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth, Seventh and Ninth Circuits and the Supreme Court of the United States. 

Mr. Shusterman is a former chairman of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Southern California Chapter and served as a member of AILA’s National Board of Governors (1988-97). He has chaired numerous AILA Committees, spoken at dozens of AILA Conferences and has contributed a number of scholarly articles to AILA’s publications. 

Mr. Shusterman is a Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law, State Bar of California. He has served as a member of the Immigration and Nationality Law Advisory Commission for the State Bar. Each year since 2002, he has been voted as a Super Lawyer in Southern California by his colleagues in the bar. For each of the past 10 years, Mr. Shusterman has been voted as one of the Best Lawyers of America. He is listed in The International Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers. 

Mr. Shusterman is a frequent writer and lecturer on immigration law. His articles, letters to the editor and quotes have appeared in such prestigious publications as the New York Times, Washington Post, Canada’s Globe and Mail, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, National Law Journal, California Lawyer, Los Angeles Lawyer, Journal of the American Medical Association, Christian Science Monitor, Atlantic Monthly, Computer World, Information Week, Issues in Science and Technology, Variety, and numerous other publications. He has written for, and been quoted extensively in, leading periodicals specializing in immigration law including Interpreter Releases, Immigration Law and Procedure, Immigration Briefings, Inside Immigration, Immigration Journal and U.S. Immigrant Magazine. In addition, he has appeared on various television programs including NBC’s Today Show, CNN’s Headline News, the Nightly News with Peter Jennings and on a wide variety of nationally syndicated radio shows.

Mr. Shusterman has testified as an expert witness before the Senate Immigration Subcommittee in Washington, D.C.


REMINDER: We do not recommend making pre-paid, non-refundable travel arrangements in case a program is cancelled due to an emergency. We are not responsible for non-refundable travel/hotel expenses.


Register by January 31st and save on each registration with the Early Bird rate!

Registration fees are per person.

Individual: $675
Early Bird registration $649

Group: $649 per person for 2 or more from the same company pre-registering at the same time
Early Bird registration $625

Government employee/Legal Aid* Rate: $549
Early Bird registration $525

Law Students/paralegals: $369 (current JD students only)
Early Bird registration $344


Program materials:

We’ve gone green.  Registration fees include an electronic copy of your handbook emailed one week in advance of the program.  Be sure to check your spam folder if you don’t see it by then.

If you prefer, you may order a hard copy of the handout to be provided the day of the program for $25. To do so, please be sure to check the box when you register. If you want a hard copy, you must order it when you register; there will not be any available for purchase the day of the program.

* Law Student Rate is for current law students only.

** Legal Aid attorneys are those attorneys employed by Legal Aid/non-profit firms. It does not include attorneys who have their own practice, or are employed by law firms, that volunteer their time for non-profit causes or take on pro-bono cases. Full and partial scholarships may be available to a limited number of Legal Aid attorneys, based upon registration. Please call (877) 858-3848 to discuss or email your request to

Need a room? A special rate has been negotiated with our venue, the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport. Please use this link or call (800) 233-1234 to make your reservations.


CLE Credits

CA General:  This program is approved for 12 units of general CLE in California.
CA Certified Legal Specialist:  This program is approved for 12 units of Certified Legal Specialist CLE in California in Immigration & Nationality Law.

NJ General: The LIVE session of this course is approved, under New Jersey’s CLE Approved Jurisdiction policy, for 12 CLE units. Pincus Professional Education is a CA Accredited Provider, which is a NJ approved jurisdiction. See the New Jersey State CLE Board Regulations and Guidelines for further information.

NY General: The LIVE session of this course is approved, under New York’s CLE Approved Jurisdiction policy, for 12 CLE units. Pincus Professional Education is a CA Accredited Provider, which is a NY approved jurisdiction. See Section 6 of the New York State CLE Board Regulations and Guidelines for further information.

This program is approved for CLE in the states listed above.  Upon request, Pincus Pro Ed will provide any information an attorney needs to support their application for CLE approval in other states other than what is listed above.

Terms & Refund Policies

Recording policy: No audio or video recording of any program is permitted.

Seminar Cancellations: Should you be unable to attend for any reason, please inform us in writing no later than 14 days prior to the event and a credit voucher will be issued. If you prefer, a refund, less a $50 non-refundable deposit, will be issued. No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations received within 14 days of an event. However, if you notify us within 14 days of an event, and wish to convert your in-person attendance registration to an Audio CD package (with handout), we can do so. A small additional shipping charge, and sales tax in CA, will be incurred. No shipping charge is incurred for downloads. We will also issue a voucher for the amount paid if you notify us within 14 days and prefer not to have the audio recording.

Substitutions may be made at any time.

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March 19-20, 2020 | Los Angeles, CA


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