Immigration Law

This seminar covers the basics of immigration law including the following areas:

  • Immigration Authority
    • Immigration and Nationality Act
    • 8 CFR
    • Executive Office of Immigration Review
    • Board of Immigration Appeals
  • Immigration Agencies
    • Department of Homeland Security
      • United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
      • Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
      • Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
    • State Department
      • National Visa Center
      • Embassies and Consulates
  • Family Based Immigration
    • Immediate Relatives
    • Other Family Members
  • Employment Immigration
    • Non-Immigrant Visas
      • H-1B, H2B, L1, E1, E2, O1
    • Immigrant Visas
      • EB1, EB2, EB3, EB4, EB5, PERM
  • Immigration and the Criminal Client
    • Crimes involving moral turpitude
    • Aggravated felony
    • Padilla Language
7 part video, duration of 01:00:33.
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Yanky Perelmuter

Yanky Perelmuter

Yanky Perelmuter completed his law studies in 2014 and started his legal career at one of the fastest growing corporations in the United States, an Inc. 5000 and Fast 55 company. There he learned the intricacies of law and business from some of the most talented and capable lawyers and business people in the United States. He specialized in immigration law, and carried a caseload of over 500 beneficiaries. In the high-intensity environment of the corporate world, Yanky was exposed to an immense amount of immigration cases. This exposure allowed him to learn more about immigration law then normally possible.

In 2017, Yanky and his partner, Josh Hodges, created Hodges and Perelmuter, a boutique law firm focusing on immigration law. They represent clients through all types of immigration petitions and proceedings.

Yanky completed his law studies at Salmon P. Chase College of Law, and has been practicing law exclusively ever since. He has won major approvals from the Department of Homeland Security, and secured visas for hundreds of individuals and families from around the world. While attending law school Yanky was the President of the Jewish Law Students Association, a member of the Small Business Clinic, and participated in a diverse set of externships.