Representing the Criminal-Alien Client-Downloadable
Representing the Criminal-Alien ClientThis 90 minute web seminar was recorded live on January 31, 2013, from 2:00 pm-3:30 pm eastern time.
You are accepting these cases, but do you really know how to best represent the criminal-alien client? This panel discusses understanding the analysis, utilizing the burden of proof to your advantage, drafting effective motions to terminate, and an update from the courts on waiver eligibility. This seminar complements the latest and fully updated edition of Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity, A Guide to Representing Foreign-Born Defendants, which will be released in December of 2012.
- Has DHS Properly Charged Your Client?
- Arriving Alien Status vs. 237 Proceedings
- Defining “Admission”
- Contesting Mandatory Detention
- The Joseph Hearing and Burdens of Proof
- Questioning Indefinite Detention
- Contesting Removability
- Categorical and Modified Categorical Approaches --What These Terms Mean?
- Circumstance-Specific Approach and the Missing Element Test
- Update on Relief --212(h) and 212(c) eligibility
CLE InformationPlease note that your jurisdiction may limit OnDemand credit depending on the date of the original presentation. Please view the OnDemand Downloadable and CD-Rom Expiration Chart for more details.
To view CLE eligibility and the number of credits you may claim for completing this 90-minute seminar, please visit webCLE.
- AILA applies for accreditation upon attorneys request after participation for the following states: DE, KY, RI, VA, and WY. Programs are typically approved.
- Attorneys must apply individually for approval of OnDemand programs in the following states: FL, ID, ND, PR, and UT.
- Not Eligible for CLE: AR, IA, KS, MN, MO, and TN.
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