Identifying and Eliminating Bias in Immigration Proceedings

Identifying and Eliminating Bias in Immigration Proceedings

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Recording Date04/01/16
CLE EligibleYes
Length62 min.
Bias expressed against a class of individuals undermines public confidence in our immigration system and the enforcement of immigration laws. The panelists will discuss biases that: 1. may cause disparities and disadvantages with immigration applicants; and 2. affect the judicial system. The speakers will also give practical insight into addressing and eliminating these biases.

Featured Topics

  • What Is Bias in Immigration Law?
  • National Security vs. Discrimination: Is It About Religion or National Origin?
  • Are There Age and Gender Biases in the Visa Screening Process?
  • Visa Waiver Countries: Is This a Problem?
  • Are All Refugees the Same? Can States Block Travel of Immigrant Applicants?
  • Preventing and Reporting Bias in Immigration Proceedings


Bryon M. Large (DL), AILA Board of Governors/AILA LGBT Immigration Issues Working Group Chair, Denver, CO
Ayah Natasha El-Sergany, Seattle, WA
Nash Joseph Fayad, Richmond, VA

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