Dealing with Difficult Judges, Difficult Examiners-Downloadable
Dealing with Difficult Judges, Difficult Examiners
This audio seminar was originally presented live on March 15, 2012.
When faced with an adverse Immigration Judge or USCIS examiner, what do you need to do to best represent your client? How does one deal with bias or prejudice? What are the procedures and case law on recusal of a Judge? What are the permissible parameters that apply to USCIS examiners when conducting interviews? Join this panel to obtain advice on how best to manage difficult judges, difficult examiners.
- Identifying Bias or Prejudice and Making the Record
- Motions for New Hearings and Recusal of Immigration Judges
- Guidance from the EOIR Practice Manual, Immigration Judges Benchbook, and USCIS Adjudications Manual
- Ex Parte Communication and Evidence Outside the Record
- What Are the Limits for a Stokes Interview
- Filing Complaints with EOIR and USCIS
- When to Request a New Examiner or Seek Supervisory Review
- Proving Prejudicial Conduct on Appeal
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