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The Intersection of Immigration and Criminal Law: The Elements of Discretion - 27884

Faculty: Adedayo Idowu, Esq

In this two hour CLE lecture, Mr. Idowu analyzes the unfortunate intersection when immigration law meets criminal law, discussing both what happens to individuals with criminal records applying for visas and green cards as well as the procedures of a deportation action. By going through well-known cases and applicable statutes, this lecture is both entertaining and informative.

Date: Online

Credits: 2

$75 $50

$75 $50

In this two hour CLE lecture, Mr. Idowu analyzes the unfortunate intersection when immigration law meets criminal law, discussing both what happens to individuals with criminal records applying for visas and green cards as well as the procedures of a deportation action. By going through well-known cases and applicable statutes, this lecture is both entertaining and informative.

NY CLE credits: 2.0 Professional Practice

NJ CLE credits: 2.0  Law Office Management

CA CLE credits: 2.0 General

PA CLE credits: 2.0 General

Adedayo is a Litigator and advises clients on Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA). He litigates immigration matters before administrative tribunals and within the federal courts of the United States. He specializes on working with clients to develop strategies for compliance with business immigration laws, providing support for companies that wish to bring workers into the United States, development of business plans and performing due diligence on investment programs.

After graduating from the Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria and receiving a degree in Economics, he went on to of North London Law School in London, England and earned a degree in Law in 1995. Adedayo subsequently became a member of the New York Bar in 2002, and the District of Columbia Bar in 2008.