AILA Doc. No. 17031533 | Dated May 25, 2017
This page includes a variety of resources to assist members in responding to large-scale enforcement actions and raids, and representing individual clients who were subjected to a raid.
Tools to facilitate AILA member communication and response to large-scale enforcement actions and raids.
These resources provide information about locating clients apprehended by ICE and ICE detention standards.
AILA provides Know Your Rights handouts for several scenarios in English and Spanish.
Government forms for use in raids-related activities.
Raids-related motions and federal court petitions.
These materials are made available with the understanding that the publisher is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or other professional services. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought.
If you are interested in obtaining additional sample motions, briefs, and memos, purchase AILA's Immigration Litigation Toolbox (Fifth Edition). The following Table of Contents lists all of the documents contained in AILA's Immigration Litigation Toolbox.
Below is a sampling of AILA's free resources for members representing individuals targeted in enforcement actions.
Below is a sampling of AILA's resources for members representing individuals targeted in enforcement actions:
For a broader selection of AILA's removal and litigation resources, see our full spectrum of publications, conferences, and other resources on Agora.
American Immigration Council practice advisories for lawyers representing individuals targeted in enforcement actions.For clients in immigration court proceedings:
Please see AILA's page, Executive Actions Issued on the Border and Interior Enforcement, for additional documents relating to the two Executive Orders signed on 1/25/17, relating the border and interior enforcement.
Miscellaneous materials to aid in raids-related work.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 17031533.
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