MCLE Training: Identity Theft & Undocumented Immigrants
5:30pm - 7:00pm
San Francisco Bar Association Board Room
Presented by Sean Perdomo, Esq.
Tuesday, October 22
Identity Theft and Undocumented Immigrants
1.5 General CLE Credits
Overview: Undocumented immigrants with work histories face many obstacles relating to their admissibility to the U.S. when applying for immigration benefits. This course will advise participants on the current state of the law relating to identity theft and its application to undocumented immigrants applying for immigration benefits.
To RSVP: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-701-1200 ext. 303
Who Can Attend? All active ALRP Panel Attorneys and associates at partner pro bono law firms are welcome to attend any of ALRP’s free MCLE trainings. Attorneys who are not currently members of the Panel are requested to join our Panel and accept two ALRP referrals in the next year. Due to space limitations, attorneys who have not yet joined our Panel may only attend one free training per series. After joining the Panel, attorneys may attend as many trainings as they like.
The BASF Board Room is accessible to people with disabilities. Attendees who might require a reasonable accommodation (including alternative-to-print formats of materials) are invited to contact Jennifer Schuster in advance of the training at email@example.com or 415-701-1200 ext. 303.
ALRP trainings have been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit. The State Bar of California has certified ALRP, Provider #2485.This event is categorized as: