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December 10, 11 & 12th, 2021

Online Training
  • 3 Days

January 14, 15 & 16th, 2021

Online Training
  • 3 Days

Live Online Training Class

Three Day Training

Learn the Secrets to Expertly Complete Immigration Forms and Prepare a Submission Package According to USCIS Requirements.

You’ll Learn:
– The 21 most common forms offered by immigration consultants
– Visa’s, Status and Green Cards
– The Different types of immigration processes
– Client intake
– Eligibility
– Avoiding the unauthorized practice of law (UPL)
– Pricing services
– Proper form completion, assembly and submission to USCIS
– Advanced topics training – Unlawful Presence Provision Waiver – Form I-601A
– Business development, how to acquire customers, perfecting the multi-services business, introduction to digital marketing for your small business and much more. 

Program Tuition:

LAIA is currently offering a $300 EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT off our tuItion.  

Discount EXPIRES on November 30th, 2021

Discounted Tuition: $1195

Don’t Delay. Register NOW!!!

Tuition Includes:
-LIVE 3-Day Training Class
-Hardcopy Training Materials (Shipped Prior to Class)
-Certification of Course Completion

Register by November 30th, 2021 and receive the
VIDEO RECORDINGS for all 3 days of training
FREE OF CHARGE (Normally $199.00) 

Class Schedule:
-Friday: 7:30am to 4:30pm (Pacific Standard Time)
-Saturday: 7:30am to 4:30pm (Pacific Standard Time)
-Sunday: 7:30am to 3:30pm (Pacific Standard Time)
(Schedule will include two breaks and one lunch break)

INSTRUCTORGreg McKewenLAIA Founder & Executive Director

Greg has been teaching industry professionals for over 27 years. Since Founding the LAIA, Greg has taught over 2,000 community trusted advisors such as tax, insurance and notary professionals key aspects of starting, growing and expanding a successful immigration services business.

INSTRUCTORRenee WaiteSenior Immigration Instructor

Renee serves as LAIA'S Senior Immigration Instructor. Her expertise covers all aspects of family-based immigration. During Renee's tenure as a Certified Immigration Paralegal she personally assisted in the completion or supervision of over 3,000 immigration applications. Her experience has included serving as lead paralegal in numerous prominent law firm as well as being a passionate advocate of immigration services professionals.

Class Agenda

Seminar Agenda: DAY 1 

  1. Overview of Immigration Legal Document Preparers (LDP)
    • What is Immigration?
    • What is an Immigration Consultant?
    • What are the Requirements to Become an Immigration LDP?
  2. Operating as an Immigration LDP
    • Why You Need a Contract
    • Issuing Receipts and Payment Plans
    • Recommended Posting of Signs/Notices
    • Advertising as an Immigration LDP
    • Bonding, Malpractice and Errors & Omissions Insurance
  3. Avoiding the Unauthorized Practice of Law in Florida
    • Review of Sperry v. Florida, 373 U.S. 379 (1963) as the Standard of UPL guidelines in FL
    • Civil Penalties
    • Criminal Penalties
    • Statute Of Limitations:
    • Identifying When Someone Needs To Consult With An Attorney
    • Assisting Your Client With Obtaining Legal Advice
  4. Visas, Green Cards And Status
    • Types Of Visas
    • Visa Versus Status
    • Admissibility And Inadmissibility To The United States
    • Nonimmigrant Visas
    • Types Of Nonimmigrant Visas
  5. Green Card Processes
    • Roles In The Green Card/Immigrant Visa Process
    • Green Cards/Immigrant Visas And Procedures
    • Adjustment Of Status
    • Consular Processing
    • Family Petition Processing Flow Chart – Immediate Relative Of USC
    • Why Does It Take So Long For Some Relatives To Be Able To Migrate To The U.S.?
    • Explanation of the Visa Bulletin
  6. Family Based Petitions
    • List Of Supporting Documents For Adjustment Of Status
    • Adjustment Of Status Forms
      • Form I-130, Petition For Alien Relative
      • Form I-130a, Supplemental Information For Spouse Beneficiary
      • Form I-485, Application To Register Permanent Residence Or Adjust Status
      • Form I-765, Application For Employment Authorization
      • Form I-131, Request For Travel Document (Advance Parole)
      • Form I-864, Affidavit Of Support
      • Form I-864a, Household Members Contract
      • Form I-693, Report Of Medical Examination And Vaccination Record
  7. Ar-11, Change Of Address
  8. Business Development
  9. Criminal Background Checks and FOIAS
  10. Offering Translation Services, Fingerprinting Services & Livescan where applicable
  11. Role Playing Sessions

Seminar Agenda: DAY 2

  1. Renewing or Replacing a Green Card
    • Form I-751, Petition to Remove the Conditions on Permanent Residence
    • Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card
  2. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA or “Dream Act”)
    • Form I-821D, Consideration for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
    • Eligibility for DACA
    • Supporting Documentation for DACA
    • Renewing DACA
  3. Citizenship
    • N-400, Application for Naturalization
    • Eligibility for Naturalization
    • Reduced Fee Request for N-400 Filing Fees
  4. Fee Waivers
    • Guidelines for Requesting Fee Waivers
  5. Submitting the Package to USCIS
    • Organizing the Package
    • Tips to Avoid Rejection
    • Using the Correct Forms
    • How to Use the USCIS Website
    • How to Write the Cover Letter
    • How to Organize the Table of Contents
    • Passport Photo Requirements
    • Filing Fee Requirements
  6. Consular Processing
    • Green Card Consular Processing
      • Steps to Complete
      • NVC Invoices
      • Paying the Fees
      • When to File the Unlawful Presence Waiver
      • Obtaining a Police Certificate from a Foreign Country
      • What Happens at the Interview
    • Non-Immigration Visa Consular Processing
      • When to File
      • Paying the Fees
      • What Happens at the Interview
  7. LAIA Membership Detail
  8. Certificates of Course Completion

Seminar Agenda: DAY 3 Morning


The Provisional Unauthorized Presence Waiver 

*This Advanced Immigration Training will help you by teaching you how to utilize the Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver so that one can travel to their country of origin to process their green card and return immediately. These waivers are difficult to get approved and takes specialized training to ensure that they are done correctly. What is unlawful presence, Triggering the 3/10 year and permanent bar, Eligibility for a ULP waiver, Extreme Hardships, Evidence, the memo in support of Form- I-601A, Seeking legal advice and more. What is considered an unlawful presence What triggers the 3/10 year and permanent bar Who is eligible for the ULP waiver Extreme hardship cases Form- I-601A Seeking Legal Advice and more

Seminar Agenda: DAY 3 Afternoon


Menu of Services, Pricing of Services, Marketing, Action Items, Question & Answers Segment and More.

  • The Importance of Developing a Multi-Service Business Model
  • What Multi-Services can you be offering based upon your current services
  • Develop your “Menu” of Service
  • Developing your Digital Marketing, Email, Social Media and Community Outreach Strategies
  • Training Tutorial – Setting up your Email Marketing Program
  • Developing your 90-Day “Personal Strategic Plan” *This 3rd day of training is dedicated to taking your tax or insurance business to the next level by understanding the power and need for diversification. We will teach you the keys and strategies for bringing customers into your “Value Ladder” with the goal to increase your customer retention, while offering them key products and services that they need and want.

December 10, 11 & 12th, 2021

Online Training
  • 3 Days

January 14, 15 & 16th, 2021

Online Training
  • 3 Days