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Mary E. Kramer in the media



Speaking Engagements

Ms. Kramer speaks on various topics in immigration law.


Upcoming speaking engagements


Recent speaking engagements

  • November 2019 Kansas / Missouri 

American Immigration Lawyers Association Local Chapter:  keynote speaker / immigration law update


  • September 2019 Park City, Utah

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Crimmigration Workshop; Effective Plea Bargaining and Case Law Update


  • September 2019 Audio Seminar -  Nationwide

Federal Litigation Update


  • October 2019 St. Petersburg, FL

Crimmigration Law Update


 Books

 

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the book and how to order a copy.
 

Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity, 8th ed.

Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity: A Guide to Representing Foreign-Born Defendants by Mary E. Kramer is your one-volume resource for understanding how the courts and immigration agencies will treat non-American citizens convicted or even suspected of crime. It provides a thoughtful analysis of all the ways criminal activity will impact applications for visas, permanent residence, naturalization, asylum, and other immigration benefits, as well as defenses to attempts to remove a non-American citizen and the waivers and other relief available in removal proceedings.


Regardless of whether your practice is focused on criminal or business or any other area of immigration law practice, Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity is your go-to resource when your client has been charged with a crime.


 
Articles and Presentations
In fall 2017, Ms. Kramer co-authored a two-part blog post, with colleagues Michael Vastine and Sui Chung, 
reporting on the Supreme Court oral arguments held October 2 on Sessions v. Dimaya, an important case for immigration lawyers relating to the definition of “crime of violence,” and October 3 on Jennings v. Rodriguez, relating to prolonged detention. 
Go to  the Infonet at aila.org  to read the blog and see the accompanying video for a clear discussion of some complex crimmigration issues:  Think Immigration:  Liberty and Due Process in the SCOTUS Lineup.
Search term:  AILA Doc. No. 17100233


Ms. Kramer recently wrote an article for 
The Florida Defender, the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers newsletter, entitled:

     "Analyzing Crime From an Immigration Law Perspective" (due in the March 2015 issue)



Mary Kramer is a bi-monthly contributor to VOICE, the American Immigration Lawyer's on-line newspaper.  
She writes a column on criminal-immigration issues.  These are her recent articles:
  • February 2015 "Contesting Restitution and Loss Findings in Aggravated Felony Fraud Cases"
  • December 2014 “The Categorical, Realistic, Circumstance Concoction: What’s Next?”
  • October 2014   "Matter of Chairez: A Mixed Bag of Tricks"
  • July/August 2014  "Hoodlum or Hero?  Representing the Cooperating Witness"
  • May 2014  "One Year Later:  the Impact of Descamps"