2016 AILA Asylum CLE Conference-Recording (.MP3)
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This advanced conference will help you navigate the substantive and procedural labyrinths of a complicated and constantly evolving area of immigration law, while offering creative, practice-oriented tips and solutions for winning your cases. Participants also are encouraged to volunteer with the CARA Pro Bono Project to assist asylum-seeking women and children detained in Dilley, Texas.
The conference program will cover a wide range of topics, including: border abuses and seeking relief while subject to expedited or reinstatement of removal; credible and reasonable fear standards; family detention and bond; procedures for unaccompanied children; affirmative and defensive asylum processing delays; gang- and gender-based asylum claims; the current state of particular social group jurisprudence; terrorism-related grounds of inadmissibility and other bars to asylum and withholding of removal; evidentiary burdens on asylum-seekers; creative litigation strategies and judicial review; immigration and public benefits; and more.
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