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On the Border: The Interplay Between Family Law and Immigration 2018

Product ID: CA2852D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Noncitizen know-how

Roughly five percent of Wisconsin residents are immigrants, and more than six percent are native-born U.S. citizens with at least one immigrant parent.1 That’s well over half a million people who could be affected by the crossover between family and immigration law.

Whether you’re an immigration lawyer or family law attorney, On the Border: The Interplay Between Family Law and Immigration shows you how to help noncitizens going through divorce, separation, and other family law situations.

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Noncitizen know-how

Roughly five percent of Wisconsin residents are immigrants, and more than six percent are native-born U.S. citizens with at least one immigrant parent.1 That’s well over half a million people who could be affected by the crossover between family and immigration law.

Whether you’re an immigration lawyer or family law attorney, On the Border: The Interplay Between Family Law and Immigration shows you how to help noncitizens going through divorce, separation, and other family law situations.

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Attorney Michael Brandt practices with Hanna Brandt & Lucsay, LLP in Madison where he focuses on family law and takes guardian ad litem appointments. He also practices in the areas of juvenile law (CHIPS), estate planning, guardianships, and probate.

Brandt has significant experience with complicated international and interstate custody and placement disputes as well as the intricacies of formal discovery. He is a certified collaborative divorce attorney, has acted as a parent coordinator in contested family cases, and is a family law mediator.

Attorney Jen Hanna practices with Hanna Brandt & Lucsay, LLP in Madison. Her expertise in immigration matters has helped many families and individuals achieve legal status in the United States.

Hanna’s practice includes hardship waivers, marriage-based sponsorship, fiancé visas, adjustment of status, DACA work, naturalization, U-visas, green card renewal, asylum, and other immigration matters.

  • Receive an overview of several common immigration statuses
  • Understand how statuses are affected by legal separation and divorce
  • Learn how the timing of legal separation and divorce impact immigration status
  • Find strategies for calculated fast tracking or delaying of divorce actions
  • Analyze common child custody concerns for noncitizens
  • Discover tactics for preserving parental rights
  • Explore best practices for discovery and see sample discovery requests
  • Family law attorneys
  • Immigration lawyers
  • Children and the Law Section members
  • International practice lawyers
  • General practitioners
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