Options for Clients with a Prior Removal Order Picked Up by ICE
April 30, 2019
02:00 PM (ET)
Your client has a prior removal order and either never left the United States or has reentered. ICE has come knocking and you are facing an emergency because your client could be removed from the country in less than a week. There is little time for research. The family is desperate and looking for answers. What do you do? This panel of experts provides options and advice for when a client with a prior removal order is apprehended by ICE.
- Relationship with Local ICE Officials: How to Obtain Information Regarding the “A Number,” Prior Removals, Immigration History, and Criminal History
- Options If Your Client Never Left After a Removal Order: Motion to Reopen and Emergency Stay of Removal or Deportation
- Options After Executed Removal Order: Motion to Reopen, Emergency Stay of Removal or Deportation, and Reasonable Fear Interview
- How to Address Federal Prosecution for Reentry Under 8 USC §1326 and Collaborate with Criminal Defense Counsel
- Petitions for Review and Emergency Stays Filed in Circuit Court Requesting Review of Removal Orders Affirmed by the BIA or Issued by ICE Under INA §§241(a)(5) or 238(b)
Jesse A. Lloyd, partner with Bean + Lloyd, LLP in Oakland, is a certified specialist in immigration and nationality law by the California State Bar’s Board of Legal Specialization, and a member of the State Bar Immigration and Nationality Law Advisory Commission. A past chair of the AILA Northern California Chapter, he has held several positions for AILA, and is the vice chair of the ICE Liaison Committee. When not writing about himself in the third person, Jesse enjoys sports and trying to keep up with his two sons.
Valerie Anne Zukin received her Juris Doctorate from Tulane Law School in 2007 and her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with a concentration in Latin American and Iberian Studies from Haverford College in 2002. In February 2017, Valerie Anne Zukin started as the Lead Attorney Coordinator for the Northern California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice ("NCCIJ"), at the Justice & Diversity Center (“JDC”) of The Bar Association of San Francisco. In this capacity, she serves as a regional coordinator for pro bono detained representation efforts in Northern California, including the JDC’s Attorney of the Day pro bono assistance program, provides technical assistance to pro bono attorneys, is involved with rapid response efforts, and is working with regional and national partners towards universal representation for all individuals in immigration detention.
Sui Chung practices with Immigration Law & Litigation Group in Miami, Florida with a focus in removal defense and appellate litigation. She is the recipient of the American Immigration Lawyers Association's Michael Maggio Award after she established the Krome Mental Incompetency Project. She was co-counsel in Hernandez v. State, the lead case in Florida addressing an immigrant’s right to effective representation of counsel in criminal proceedings, and counsel for Enrique from award-winning novel, Enrique’s Journey. Ms. Chung is the Immediate Past President of the AILA South Florida Chapter and Vice Chair of AILA National's Immigration and Customs Enforcement Liaison Committee. She also serves on the boards of the American Immigration Council, Immigrants’ List PAC and Immigrants' List Civic Action, and is Vice-President of the board of Catholic Legal Services. Ms. Chung began her career at the Executive Office for Immigration Review, Board of Immigration Appeals through the United States Department of Justice Attorney General Honors Program. She received a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University School of Law, and Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music degrees from Oberlin College. She is co-author of Winning On Paper, a forthcoming AILA National publication.
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The Options for Clients with a Prior Removal Order Picked Up by ICE audio seminar takes place Tuesday, April 30, 2019, at the times noted below:
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