When All Else Fails, Try Deferred Action: What Is It and How to Get It!-Downloadable
When All Else Fails, Try Deferred Action: What Is It and How to Get It!
This 90 minute web seminar was originally presented live on October 25, 2011.
There comes a point, unfortunately, in some cases when no relief is available to a respondent facing removal. At that point, deferred action may be the best and only option available. Explore the parameters of deferred action with this seasoned panel of immigration attorneys.
- What Is Deferred Action? Why and When Is it Necessary?
- How Prosecutorial Discretion Factors into the Equation
- How to Prepare a Case for Deferred Action
- Limitations of Deferred Action as It Currently Exists
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