What You Really Need to Know About FOIA—Insider Tips and Tricks-Recording (.MP3)
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Some aspects of practicing immigration law can only be learned from experience—e.g., the value of verifying your client's record through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. Join our panel of experts as they discuss the most effective methods for obtaining valuable information from a government agency.
- To Whom Should I Send the Request? FOIA Requests Directed to the NRC, Field Offices, Ports of Entry, and More
- Know Which File You Are Requesting: What Is the Difference Between an A-File and an Agency File?
- Resources Available for Follow-up: Online, Telephone Numbers, and E-mail
- Finding Accurate Processing Times for Each Agency
- Alternative Methods of Discovery
- FOIA Appeals and Federal Court Litigation
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