Harlan York to Present “Advanced Immigration Waiver Practice” Live on Lawline.com Feb 12 @ Noon
On Tuesday, February 12, 2013 from 12:00 – 1:00pm EST, Immigration Attorney Harlan York will present his new program, “Advanced Immigration Waiver Practice: A Legal Practicum for Surmounting Extreme Hardship & Waiving Inadmissibility”, live on Lawline.Com. The seminar will include extensive coverage of the new 601A provisional waiver which will be available in March 2013.
Mr. York’s four previous Lawline presentations — Immigration Detention; Political Asylum and Gang Activity; Prosecutorial Discretion; and U Visas for Victims of Violence — were all highly praised, with reviews such as:
- “Harlan York presents the material clearly and conveys an excellent level of mastery.”
- “Harlan York provides a wealth of practical tips for both experts and novices alike.”
- “If I was an undocumented victim of a qualifying crime, I’d want Mr. York to be my attorney.”
Mr. York has been described as a “passionate and compassionate” speaker. His Immigration Lectures have been watched by attorneys and students in 17 states and as far away as Dubai. His new free program can be found at http://www.Lawline.com.
Harlan York is the only attorney in New Jersey to be named Immigration Lawyer of the Year in 2012 by Best Lawyers. He has lectured on Immigration Law for a host of bar associations and at Columbia, New York and Rutgers Law Schools.
Rated among America’s top law firms by Newsweek and US News & World Report, Harlan York and Associates handles all immigration matters. Mr. York is Co-Chair of the NY State Bar Association’s CFLS Committee on Immigration and was also Chair of the NJ State Bar Association Immigration Section. He has appeared on national television on CBS This Morning with Charlie Rose, Primer Impacto on Univision, as well as shows on Telemundo, NBC, and PBS.
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