Marketing the Computer Polygraph for Immigration Law Cases Presented By Patrick T. Coffey The Backster School of Lie Detection is proud to announce a two-day, specialized training course on using polygraph in immigration law cases. The first training session of its kind will be held on Saturday and Sunday, July 26th and 27th at the Backster School located at 861 Sixth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101. Registration will be limited to the first 30 paid attendees. The cost for the two-day training session will be $350.00 (payable by cash, check, or money order). If interested contact the Registrar @ (619) 233-6669. Hotel and Motel space is at a premium this summer and it is recommended you use Orbitz or a similar internet company to make your Hotel or Motel reservations as soon as possible. This two day course is centered on the contribution of the applied use of the computerized polygraph by the established professional. The course focuses on the needs of Immigration Attorneys and Paralegals who prepare a wide range of cases under immigration law; and who must show in most all cases preponderance of the evidence wherein original evidence is often lacking. The course encompasses the primary issue of Asylum, as well as common case issues such as Amnesty/IRCA Acts, V.A.W.A., Marriage Fraud, Terrorism, Human Trafficking, Temporary Protected Status persons, LIFE Act, as well as both alleged Victims and Perpetrators of violations of U.S. Immigration laws. Mr. Coffey will discuss his successful pioneering work in this field, inclusive of testimony in the Immigration courts, and the success of the Dual Phase and Tri-Phase models for substitution of original evidence. This course is oriented toward the private sector examiner, or soon to be retired civil servant, in this new and emerging market toward expanding one’s business presence in your respective region, and improving and expanding the computer polygraph professional’s contribution and impact on this legal class of individuals. About the Instructor: Patrick T. Coffey ; is a previous guest Instructor at the Backster School, and has taught for three other APA recognized schools in primary polygraph courses, both domestically and Internationally. He has a background as a bilingual Vietnamese intelligence asset for both U.S. Naval Intelligence and the Defense Intelligence Agency; and has worked with distressed refugee and asylee groups since the origins of his career in 1980. He is a graduate of the former APA recognized San Francisco Center For Polygraph Studies in 1987, and owns PATRICK COFFEY & ASSOCIATES in Burlingame in Northern California. His firm has a diverse clientele as both a government contractor, and pragmatic private sector presence.