AILA Doc. No. 16061690 | Dated February 27, 2018
AILA's free items for members for February are now available. Read a free article on motions practice in immigration court and listen to a recording with an update on the new framework for national interest waivers.
An Update on the New Framework for National Interest Waivers - Recording (.MP3)
Our panel of experts will focus on the important changes Matter of Dhanasar brings to the practice of representing clients seeking national interest waivers (NIWs). The panelists will give practical tips on meeting new evidentiary standards, and provide guidance on how to prepare successful NIW petitions under the new framework.
Motions Practice in Immigration Court (.PDF)
Filing motions in immigration court is essential in order to successfully litigate removability charges and hold the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to its burden of proof. This practice advisory provides practical tips regarding filing pre-trial and post-decision motions in immigration court in order to aggressively litigate removability, suppress evidence, subpoena witnesses, challenge untimely and inadequate DHS responses, and create an exceptional record for appeal.
New free AILA podcasts are added to Agora each month. AILA podcasts are 30-40 minute audio files created especially for AILA members as a free member benefit and often qualify for CLE. Choose from a range of immigration and law practice management topics, download one or more podcasts to your computer, media player or smart phone, or subscribe to an RSS feed*, listen, and stay informed.
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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 16061690.
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