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Immigration Law Today-May/June 2008

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President's Page
Eliminating the Taint of Discretion and Restoring Common Sense

Pro Bono
New EOIR Guidelines Offer More Pro Bono Incentives

Practice Management
Attorney, Heal Thyself: Coping Strategies for Working with Asylum-Seekers

Reader's Corner
Rejecting Refugees: Dissecting Asylum Process in the 21st Century

Legal Action
Dada v. Mukasey's Perfect Timing: How It May Affect the Voluntary Departure Period

Tech Notes
New Toys for Technocrats: The Latest Must-Haves Revealed at the Annual Consumer Electronics Show

Grassroots Advocacy
HIAS Young Leaders Keep the DREAM Alive

New Members Division
How to File I-30s and I-485s for Clients in Removal Proceedings Status Checks


Chavez World by: Nick Chavez

Pro Bono Profile: Meet Barbara Hines

Brown Around Town by: Jan Brown

Advertisers Index


Lost in Translation: Why Professional Interpreters are Critical to the Fairness of Asylum Interviews
by Dree K. Collopy

Obtaining Parole for Asylum-Seekers: Jumping the Hurdles of Removal, Detention, and the New Parole Directive
by Leslie E. Vélez, Annie Sovcik, and Eleanor Acer

Litigating in the Gray: Finding Room for FGM Relief by Jonathan Willmoth

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 08052230.