Total Credits: 2 CLE
This course covers the basics of immigration law, including:
This is an essential seminar for those new to the Modest Means program and to practicing Immigration Law.
Maurice "Mo" Goldman, Goldman & Goldman PC
ABOUT THE MODEST MEANS PROJECT
The Modest Means Project provides low-cost legal assistance to people who cannot afford the expertise of attorneys at standard rates, but who do not qualify for free legal services due to income qualifications or other restrictions. For more information about the program, and to volunteer, visit www.azbar.org/modestmeans.
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Maurice Goldman works in Tucson, Arizona at Goldman & Goldman, P.C. He holds a J.D./M.B.A. from Hofstra University. He graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in journalism. His law practice is focused only on immigration-related matters including employment-based, family-based, asylum, removal defense and other humanitarian-based immigration issues. Mr. Goldman has served on multiple national American Immigration Lawyers Association's (AILA) committees. He's a recipient of the 2010 AILA Joseph Minsky Young Lawyer Award and the 2018 Randy Tunac Courage in Immigration Award. Mo previously served as the AILA Arizona chapter chair. He was previously a trustee to the American Immigration Council (AIC) and sat on the boards of the ASISTA, Border Action Network and Immigrants List.