This webinar will discuss EOIR practice rules, ethical issues in immigration court practice, and BIA appeals
This webinar will review other forms of relief from removal that may be available to your client, as well as how to prepare an appeal to the BIA.
This webinar will review eligibility for asylum and related relief, completing an application with supporting documents, and special issues in preparing your client to testify in court
This webinar will review eligibility for different categories of cancellation of removal, including cancellation for lawful permanent residents, for certain abused spouses and children, and for certain noncitizens who have resided in the U.S. for over ten years.
This webinar will address the most common procedural issues that may arise in removal proceedings, and the options you have to address them.
This webinar will review who has the burden of proof in different removal proceeding contexts, and how and when to contest the charges in the NTA
This webinar on bond will review eligibility for bond, the mechanics of getting a bond hearing scheduled, and requesting bond reduction, bond appeals and return of bond at the conclusion of the case.
This webinar on case assessment will review the issues and skills involved at the onset of representation.
The eight webinars in this series track the entire experience of representing an individual in immigration court.
What does it mean to assist another person to enter the U.S. unlawfully? And when does this assistance trigger inadmissibility? Deportability? A bar to good moral character? Exposure to criminal charges? Because smuggling may trigger a wide range of consequences, it's critical for practitioners to understand what acts constitute smuggling and how to screen for this issue.