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Introducing Our Expert Speakers: Insights into Immigration Law and Healthcare Marketing Excellence

guest speakers on immigration evaluation trainings

As part of our commitment to providing valuable insights, we are excited to introduce three distinguished speakers who will share their expertise in our upcoming immigration training session.

Michael Breismeister – A Beacon in Immigration Law

Michael Breismeister’s journey in law is a testament to their dedication and expertise in immigration law. Armed with a J.D. from the McGeorge School of Law and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of California, Michael’s diverse educational background laid the foundation for his multifaceted approach to legal challenges.

Before joining Yew Immigration Law Group in 2018, Michael had a distinguished career, serving in the prosecutor’s office in Marin County and running his criminal defense practice. However, a key shift in 2015 saw him focusing exclusively on immigration law, where he honed his skills in O-1 visas for extraordinary workers.

Michael’s expertise spans a range of family and employment-based cases, with notable proficiency in EB-1A and O-1A visas for extraordinary-ability workers, P-1A visas for athletes, and EB-4 visas for special religious worker immigrants. His criminal law and psychology background has proven invaluable in handling waiver and VAWA cases with empathy and understanding.

As a member of the California State Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Michael is dedicated to his clients and actively engages with the legal community. Beyond his professional commitments, he volunteers at Jewish Family Services in Los Gatos, showcasing his commitment to community service.

In our upcoming training session with Michael Breismeister, we will delve into critical areas, including:

  • Different kinds of hardship
  • The USCIS Policy Manual & the crucial section
  • Separation vs. Relocation
  • Hardship to the child
  • Psychological Factors that support extreme hardship
  • Especially Significant Factors: 9 USCIS-PM B.5.E

Christopher M. Casazza – A Defender of Immigrant Rights:

Christopher M. Casazza is a distinguished immigration attorney and co-founder of Palladino, Isbell & Casazza LLC (PIC Law), a leading immigration law firm on the East Coast. Holding a J.D. from Villanova University School of Law, Chris has dedicated his career to various facets of immigration law, focusing on removal defense.

Before establishing PIC Law, Chris held significant positions at immigration law firms in Philadelphia, earning recognition for his persuasive and successful defense strategies. His expertise includes removal defense, appeals and federal litigation, asylum/refugee law, U-Visas, family-based petitions/waivers, and employment-based immigration.

Chris’s achievements and recognition extend beyond the legal realm. Praised for his passion and dedication to immigration law, he has been featured in major media outlets such as the New York Times, NPR, Telemundo, VICE News (Showtime), and BuzzFeed News. His commitment to legal education is evident as an adjunct professor at Villanova University, where he contributes to the Clinic for Asylum, Refugee & Emigrant Services (CARES).

As an active member of the Philadelphia AILA Chapter and the Board of Directors for Justice for Our Neighbors, Delaware Valley (JFON-DV), Chris contributes significantly to the immigrant rights cause. Licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and various U.S. District Courts, his legal prowess is complemented by a personal commitment to community service, residing in Philadelphia with his wife and daughter.

In our upcoming training session with Christopher M. Casazza, we will delve into critical areas, including:

  • What are Psychological Evaluations used for?
  • Psychological Evaluations before USCIS
  • Psychological Evaluations before EOIR (Immigration Court)

Masha Kaprian – Elevating Healthcare Marketing:

Masha Kaprian, a digital marketing expert in the healthcare sector, focuses on advancing mental health businesses uniquely. With over a decade of experience and a double major in accounting and business administration, specializing in supply chain management, Masha has honed her skills to make mental health services more accessible.

Having navigated marketing efforts for diverse healthcare entities, from local practices to nationwide organizations, events, and products, Masha leads a proficient team rooted in data-backed results. Her approach emphasizes customer acquisition, engagement, retention, and revenue generation, making her a trusted leader in the healthcare marketing landscape.

In our training session, Masha will explore critical aspects of online presence and marketing, as well as building a professional network. Participants can expect insights into leveraging digital strategies to enhance visibility and connect with peers in the healthcare industry for mutual growth.

Objectives:

Online Presence and Marketing

  • Establish an online presence that reflects professionalism and expertise.
  • Develop a brand that communicates trustworthiness.
  • Announce and display your new offering online

Talking Points:

  • Professional Website
  • Utilizing Social Media
  • Content Marketing
  • Visual Branding
  • Client Testimonials and Success Stories

Building a Professional Network

Objectives:

  • Introduction to Networking
  • Identifying Key Stakeholders
  • Approaching and Initiating Connections
  • Building Genuine Relationships
  • Networking Events and Platforms
  • Referral Sources | Building A Professional Network

Secure your spot for the Immigration Evaluations Training here.

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