Forensic genealogy offers a wide variety of potential cases. Dual citizenship is a rapidly growing sub-specialty as people seek to reconnect with their homeland origins or to enjoy benefits of the other country. Dual citizenship specialist, Melissa Johnson, will present a three hour course during the Advanced Track of the 2014 Forensic Genealogy Institute in Dallas, Texas. She will provide experienced professional insight into the process, from clients, to contracts, to international case studies.
The Institute will offer two courses to compliment dual citizenship. Cathi Desmarais, CG will conduct a one hour course on how to manage research projects and sub-contracted researchers in foreign countries. A certified documents translator will provide a one hour course on the who, what, when, where, and why forensic genealogists may need the services of these professionals.
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy provides progressive leadership in the field. The Forensic Genealogy Institute provides comprehensive educational opportunities not found elsewhere.The Foundations and Advanced tracks are filling quickly. For more information, visit: http://www.forensicgenealogists.org/forensic-genealogy-institute.html.