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The Immigration Consequences of Family Court Dispositions


Created on March 20, 2018




It is widely understood that there are adverse collateral immigration consequences of criminal convictions and interactions with the criminal justice system. In a similar vein and less understood are the potentially negative immigration consequences that can result from family court dispositions and findings.

Taught by Andrea Panjwani, Legal Director at the Center for Safety and Change, this program will provide an overview of the family court-immigration intersection, and will highlight helpful resources.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Gain an overview of the intersection between family law and immigration law
  2. Examine the consequences that can stem from family court findings
  3. Familiarize yourself with the various resources available to help practitioners navigate overlapping family and immigration matters

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