Litigating Your Way Out of Delay

Litigating Your Way Out of Delay

Litigating Your Way Out of Delay (Live Seminar & Recording)
04/16/2024 02:00 PM ET - 03:30 PM ET
$199.00
Litigating Your Way Out of Delay (Seminar Recording)
$179.00
Live Event Date: 04/16/2024
Format Length CLE Eligible
Web Seminar 90 min. Yes

Have you been waiting years for a case decision? Has nothing happened? Have you received no response to emails, letters, and/or congressional intervention? There are remedies! Our panel of experts will outline alternatives, discuss strategies, and share successful results.

Featured Topics:

  • Recent trends with mandamus and “unreasonable delay:” What length of time is “unreasonable?”
  • Delays at USCIS: asylum, naturalization, family, or employment petitions
  • Delays at DOS: pre-interview delays vs. administrative processing
  • How detailed should the complaint be?
  • Where should I file the complaint? What if I am not licensed in a particular court?

AILA Membership Benefit – Access to Free Seminar Recordings (CLE Credit Available for $35)
Enjoy access to free seminar recordings (from October 2020–present) as an AILA Member. AILA encourages live attendance for those wishing to ask the speaker questions. CLE credit is included with purchase for live participants.

Recordings will be available approximately two weeks after the live event date. AILA members can access these seminars, with no CLE credit, for free. Recordings are CLE eligible in most jurisdictions and an administration fee is required to obtain CLE credit.

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Eligible participants can receive up to 1.8 CLE credit hours. AILA will administer CLE credit only to individuals who register and log into the web seminar. AILA cannot verify your attendance and participation in this program unless you register directly for the web seminar and use your name to log in to participate in the program. Therefore, persons who log in or listen in on the web seminar as part of a group will not be able to obtain CLE credit.

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To receive CLE credit for the live event, attorneys must record web seminar attendance and the CLE code provided within one week of the web seminar date via webCLE.

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David L. Cleveland (DL), Washington, D.C.

David L. Cleveland is a solo practitioner in Washington D.C. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, and was an Instructor in Comparative Law at a university in Indonesia. He has obtained asylum or withholding of removal for people from 48 countries, and was Chair of the AILA Asylum Committee, 2004-2005. He is a pro bono counsel for the Louise Trauma Center LLC.

Brian S. Green, AILA Benefits Litigation Committee Vice Chair/Amicus Committee, Littleton, CO

Brian S. Green is a solo practitioner who focuses on bringing federal court challenges to immigration and visa denials and delays, nationwide. Brian is admitted to practice before thirty (30) U.S. district courts. He is the Vice Chair of AILA’s Benefits Litigation Committee and frequently writes and speaks on federal litigation topics. Brian is a graduate of Washington & Jefferson College and Case Western Reserve University’s School of Law.

Namgiao Do, Irvine, CA

Nam-Giao Do is an associate attorney in the Irvine office of Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP. She is well-versed in immigration litigation, having successfully filed mandamus actions in federal district courts across the country to compel decisions on long-pending cases. Ms. Do earned her BA, cum laude, from the University of California, Los Angeles (2010) and her JD from Boston University School of Law (2014).

Leslie K. Dellon, Senior Attorney, American Immigration Council, Washington, D.C.

Leslie K. Dellon is the Senior Attorney (Business Immigration) at the American Immigration Council, where she works to change agency practices that impede the intended use of employment-based visa categories. She encourages business immigration lawyers to consider litigation as another tool to serve their clients, engages in impact litigation, and represents amici curiae before courts and agencies. She is a past AILA DC Chapter chair and has served on AILA National and DC Chapter committees.

The speaker's/author's views do not necessarily represent the views of AILA, nor do they constitute legal advice or representation. Practice tips provided are based on the speaker's/author's experiences and the current state of the law. Please be sure to conduct legal research and analysis for your unique situation as the law changes quickly and experiences may differ from your own.