What Business Immigration Attorneys Need to Know About Fed. Court AC15

What Business Immigration Attorneys Need to Know About Fed. Court AC15


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Recording Date 6/20/15
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 60 min.
Format MP3 / PDF
SKU AC15-S414-DL
Business practitioners are often hesitant to litigate denials of their petitions, and it can be extremely difficult to convince clients to take on an inappropriate denial. This panel will try to remove the mystery and anxiety faced by business immigration practitioners when considering what to do about a denial and to provide tools for challenging wrongful decisions.

Key Topics Include

  • Practical Considerations for the Client: Costs, Publicity, Timing, Precedent etc.
  • AAO vs. Federal Court: Do You Need to Go to the AAO First?
  • Where to File: Jurisdiction and Venue Considerations
  • Who Can Sue: Can a Beneficiary Litigate the Denial in Federal Court?
  • Getting Paid: Equal Access to Justice Act
CLE credit is available in most jurisdictions for this conference recording. Please visit the webCLE AC OnDemand Module for specific details on your jurisdiction and for specialized credit information.

To receive CLE credit, attorneys must record sessions attended and the CLE codes provided via webCLE. Instructions on how to record your CLE credits are included in your written materials.

The OnDemand Recording format does not qualify for CLE credit in the following jurisdictions: AR, IA, MN, RI, and TN.

Please note that your jurisdiction may limit OnDemand credit based on the date of the original presentation. Please view the OnDemand Downloadable and CD-Rom Expiration Chart for more details.
Denyse Sabagh (DL), AILA Past President, Washington, DC

Melissa Crow, Legal Director, American Immigration Counsel, Washington, DC

Thomas K. Ragland, Washington, DC

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