Idaho Chapter of the Immigration Lawyers Association – Annual Chapter Conference – Oct. 4 & 5 (Meridian)

Third Annual Idaho AILA Chapter Conference Registration

What: 3rd Annual Idaho AILA Conference

When: Friday, 10/4 , & Saturday, 10/5, 8 AM – 6 PM

Where: Wahooz, Meridian, ID

Why: Come learn from the experts and collaborate with you AILA colleagues (and you need CLE credits)

Come join the Idaho Chapter of the Immigration Lawyers Association for its Third Annual Chapter Conference!  Friday will be dedicated to the intersection of criminal defense and immigration consequences.  In Padilla v. Kentucky the Supreme Court held that criminal defense attorneys are constitutionally required to advise their clients about immigration consequences of criminal convictions.  Never has the need for accurate advice been more important than it is now given the increase in immigration enforcement.  Come learn from the experts about how immigrants are put in removal proceedings, how the immigration court system works, immigration bonds, immigration law terms, how to analyze immigration consequences of crimes, some specific Idaho statutes that are problematic and some that are safe havens, best practices and tips, and how to do post-conviction and 19-2604 motions. 

Registration Information Available Here

Tentative panels for Friday include:

Crim/Imm 101 – Padilla, initiation of contact with ICE, terms, key concepts,  – 1.5 hours

Crim/Imm 201 – Analyzing consequences of crimes – 1.5 hours

Examining some common Idaho Statutes – 1.5 hours

Post-Conviction, 19-2604 motions, and more – 2 hours (one hour of ethics)

What you need to know about federal immigration crimes – 1 hour

Tentative panels for Saturday will include asylum (affirmative and defensive, PSGs), U visas/SIJS, Immigration Court (SLC judges, bonds, tips and best practices), Hot Topics, and much more. 

We’ll also have some meals and throw in some fun!

Application for Idaho CLE credit will be submitted.  We are seeking 16.5 CLE credits for both days, two of which will be ethics credits.  Registration fee includes coffee, game breaks, lunch (on Saturday), dinner and bowling (on Friday).