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AILA Doc. No. 18121036 | Dated February 5, 2019
AILA is seeking examples of changed court practices relating to defensive asylum applications after Matter of A-B- and Matter of W-Y-C- and H-O-B-, as well as shifts in bond practices, that affect asylum seekers' rights in court. Specifically, please send information to AILA if any of the following apply:
If you have experienced any of the above, please complete the brief survey below. If you have two different examples of the same practice (for instance, two pretermissions), please submit multiple surveys. If you have questions or experience technical issues, please send an email to email@example.com, subject line "Court Practices Affecting Asylum Seekers." Please note that your case examples may be shared with the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies (CGRS).
We also invite attorneys to report outcomes in their post-A-B- cases at all levels of adjudication and any notable developments along the way, such as challenges by DHS or IJ briefing orders, to CGRS. AILA and CGRS are tracking different information, so it is helpful to both organizations if you can provide information to each of us. You can request CGRS’s assistance in your asylum case online.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 18121036.