Immigration Law Training by Mark C. Daly, Pro Forma Immigration Attorneys

immigration law training

Immigration Law Attorney and Trainer Mark C. Daly

Pro Forma Immigration Attorneys offer both in person live and video remote immigration law trainings.

In Person Live Training: We provide 24 hours of private, 1 to 1 in-person training intensives over the course of 3 days at our Denver location.

  • Your private 3 day intensive courses costs $6,875
  • Choose Family, Business or Detention and Removal trainings
  • Experience personalized instruction preparing real cases
  • Courses include document toolbox with videos, sample letters, briefs and 4 hours of coaching and mentoring support
  • We also work with groups, teams and staff – call for a proposal




Video Remote Training: Choose from 13 different remote video trainings custom designed for your 8 hours of study, with a one hour follow up coaching session.

  • Each private 1 day remote intensive course costs $2,495 each
  • Choose Family, Business or Detention and Removal trainings
  • We prepare a personalized video instruction for you, featuring real cases
  • Courses include document toolbox with videos, sample letters, briefs and 4 hours of coaching and mentoring support

 We offer the following 13 Remote Online Immigration Law Training Intensives:


$2,495 for each course

Immigration Practice and Performance

1. Immigration Law Office Management

2. The Secret Keys to Maximizing Your Fees: Strategies You Can Use Today

Family Immigration

3. K-1 Fiancée Nonimmigrant Visa;

4. Immigrant Visas and Permanent Residency for Spouses and Children; and

5. Preparing Immigration Waivers for Spouses and Children.

Business Immigration

6. H-1B Professional Non Immigrant Visas for Employees;

7. L-1A Professional Non Immigrant Visas for Executives and Specialized Knowledge Employees;

8. E-2 Professional Treaty-Investor Non Immigrant Visas;

9. Permanent Residency and Immigrant Visas for Skilled Workers and Professionals; and

10. PERM Department of Labor Certifications for Permanent Residency and Immigrant Visas.

Immigration Detention and Removal

11. Immigration Detention and Bond Hearings;

12. Immigration Removal Hearings Before the EOIR Part 1; and

13. Immigration Removal Hearings Before the EOIR Part 2.

During our trainings you will learn how to:

  • Research immigration law quickly and efficiently
  • Prepare and file effective petitions and applications
  • Create office systems and procedures to succeed in each practice area
  • Set appropriate fees to maximize profits (pay for your training with just one case!)
  • Legal Ethics, Diversity Training and Substance Abuse programs available on request

After payment you receive the video tutorial guiding you through the materials and assignments. We will communicate via email and agree on a schedule for you to submit your assignments within 60 days and for us to provide you with feedback via video and live consultation.

Mark C. Daly has helped new attorneys, paralegals and experienced attorneys gain the knowledge and hands-on practice to be competent in the fundamentals of Family, Business, or Removal/Detention Immigration Law. In our opinion, Immigration law is the best practice area overall because Federal laws allow a licensed attorney in any state to practice immigration law in any state in the United States.

The law office of Pro Forma Immigration Attorneys (formerly Community of Immigration and Naturalization Attorneys, and Immigration Visa Attorneys) located in downtown Denver, Colorado is owned by attorney Mark C. Daly, licensed in California. Since 2004 he has produced intensive immigration law training courses and mentoring/coaching programs that will prepare you and support you in competently and profitably representing clients in immigration law cases.

Pro Forma has a great passion for training attorneys in immigration law. It is well documented that complaints against attorneys arise from either performance or technical competency issues. According to the Florida Bar:

Law schools do not graduate competent practicing lawyers. Instead, law schools graduate persons with ‘technical competency,’ i.e., graduates who have mastered substantive legal principles and know ‘how to think like a lawyer.’ These skills, however, are only half of the ‘competency equation,’ which is equal parts technical substantive skills (‘technical competency’) and the ability to bring those skills to bear for the benefit of and to the satisfaction of a client (‘performance competency’).

It is this performance competency, the ability to communicate adequately with a client and then timely perform services so that reasonable client expectations are met, which is missing from too many lawyers’ erudition as demonstrated by Florida Bar disciplinary statistics. The Florida Bar News, March 1, 2002.

Please review our trainings and contact me with any questions or to sign up for a remote intensive.

Mark C. Daly, President of Pro Forma Immigration Attorneys