Thursday, October 18th 6pm
Downtown Klamath County Library
On Thursday, October 18th at 6 pm, the downtown Klamath County Library will host the latest in the Lay Person Legal seminar series: an introduction to immigration law and how the latest developments in the current political atmosphere are affecting the immigration process.
Attendees will gain an understanding of how the U.S. immigration system works as it relates to family-based immigration, asylum seekers, and for those individuals who have been victims of crimes in the United States. The presentation will cover major issues related to immigration at both the national and state levels, and address the most common challenges that individuals and families attempting to immigrate are currently facing.
Presenter Neal Metler is the principal attorney at Neal S. Metler, P.C., in downtown Klamath Falls. His practice focuses on immigration, personal injury, estate planning, and business matters. He is fluent in Spanish. Neal is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, a board member of Lutheran Community Services Hispanic Advisory Board in Klamath Falls, and is admitted to represent clients before the Executive Office for Immigration Review. He is licensed to practice law in Oregon and California.
The seminar series is a partnership between the Klamath County Library, The Loyd De Lap Law Library, the Klamath County Bar Association and Neal S. Metler, P.C. Please note that Lay Person Legal presenters cannot give individual legal advice on any specific case.
No registration is required. For more information, please call 541-882-8894.