Program Certificate in Certified Immigration Consultant
About This Program
This program provides a broad overview of U.S. immigration law. It is designed for anyone who wants to understand the United States immigration system, and does not assume that participants have any legal background. Each course in this program covers a core topic in immigration law, including sources of immigration law, government agencies involved in administering immigration law, and how noncitizens gain and lose immigration status.
Understand law and regulations governing immigration and citizenship;
Learn how to comply with rapidly evolving immigration policies;
Learn how to file petitions and applications;
Witness immigration court proceedings first hand; and,
Gain expertise to professionally advance.
30 credits are required for the Professional Diploma program. Students must complete 6 credits of each course of the following:
|Course Code||Course Title||Credits|
|MMLAW001||Elements of US Immigration Law||6 credits|
|MMLAW002||Business & Investment Immigration||6 credits|
|MMLAW003||Immigration Court Procedures: Renewal and Relief Process||6 credits|
|MMLAW004||Family Immigration Law||6 credits|
|MMLAW005||United States Naturalization and Citizenship||6 credits|