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34th Annual Central Florida Immigration Law Conference
December 1-2, 2020
This event is being presented by AILA's Central Florida Chapter. This event is not being organized by the AILA National Office.
The 2020 AILA CFC Annual Conference to be held virtually on December 1st and 2nd, 2020 will be a true virtual learning experience. AILA CFC is providing a "Conference in a Box" format. This is not your typical conference.
This is an energizing, inspirational event that will provide you with practical skills and knowledge to help you grow your practice and expand your knowledge.
Law Practice Technology
Retainer Agreements and Trust Management
Financial Forecasting and Management
Featuring afternoon breakout sessions
Removal: Analyzing Crimes for Removal
Naturalization and What to Do When Things Go Wrong
Lessons in Particular Social Group Matter of A-B.
H-1B and PERM Prevailing Wages
J-1, A Practical Guide
PERM from Start to Finish
Alternatives to the PERM
Worksite Compliance Audits and LCA Compliance
Visa Bulletin-Priority Dates-IVP or AOS and EB2 to EB3 Downgrades
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