Casos de Asilo Centroamericanos-Grabación (.MP3)

Casos de Asilo Centroamericanos-Grabación (.MP3)

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This seminar will be conducted entirely in Spanish.

For your convenience, here is an English translation of the seminar description.
Recorded on 04/19/16
02:00 PM (ET)
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format Audio Seminar
SKU AS2016-04-19-DL

This seminar will be conducted entirely in Spanish.

La mayor cantidad de atención enfocada en salvadoreños, guatemaltecos, y hondureños llegando a los Estados Unidos ha resultado en una clase grande de personas que necesitan representación experta en el tribunal de Inmigración y ante la Oficina de Asilo. Los casos de asilo de origen centroamericano siguen siendo uno de los temas más candentes en materia de litigios sobre asilo. Nuestro panel de expertos expandirá algunos de los escenarios más comunes, teorías legales, y compartirá ideas sobre estrategias para ganar dichos casos.

Temas Destacados

  • Definiendo Grupo Social Particular: Violencia Domestica y Reclamos Basados en Género, Resistencia a las Pandillas, y Denunciantes ("Whistleblowers")
  • Obstáculos Inicios: Cómo Prepararse Para la Entrevista de Miedo Creíble o Miedo Razonable, y para las Entrevistas de Menores No Acompañados (UAC)
  • Asuntos Relacionados con la Corte de Inmigración: Casos de la Oleada de UAC y Tramitación Expeditiva de Expedientes
  • Estrategias Creativas para Preparar el Reclamo y Presentación del Caso

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