How to Maneuver Around a Final Removal Order - Recording (.MP3)

How to Maneuver Around a Final Removal Order - Recording (.MP3)

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Recorded On 09/29/2016
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format Audio Seminar (.MP3)
SKU AS2016-09-29-DL

Your client's removal order does not mean he or she should abandon hope of ever receiving a benefit from USCIS. This seminar will present tips on how to skillfully analyze and deal with final removal orders.

Featured Topics

  • Differences Between Orders Under INA §237 and §212, as Well as Deportation and Exclusion Orders
  • Knowing Your Jurisdiction
  • Carefully Examining the Record Through FOIA
  • What Relief Is Available Without Reopening the Proceedings?
  • Joint Motion to Reopen vs. Motion to Reopen Directly to an IJ or the BIA
  • How to Use Stays of Removal

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Cynthia A. Aziz (DL), Charlotte, NC founded Aziz Law Firm, P.A. located in Charlotte, NC, in 1990. Ms. Aziz is a North Carolina State Bar certified specialist in immigration and nationality law. She has served as the chair of the NC State Bar Certification Committee on Specialization. She has been active in AILA for over 28 years as chapter chair, national and chapter liaison to EOIR and USCIS, national and local conference planner, and as a speaker. Ms. Aziz is one of the original organizers of, and an attorney volunteer with, the Immigration Assistance Project at the Charlotte Immigration Court. The project aids unrepresented immigrants at the Charlotte Immigration Court. Since its creation in 2010, it has served as a vital legal resource found in a few immigration courts nationwide. Ms. Aziz has been recognized as one of the "Best Lawyers in America" for more than 10 years. Ms. Aziz received her B.A. from Mount Holyoke College and her J.D. from New England School of Law.

Kerry E. Doyle, Boston, MA
Kerry E. Doyle has been a partner with the Boston firm of Graves & Doyle since 2001. Previously, she worked in the nonprofit sector in Boston, Miami, and Hong Kong. She has taught immigration law at Suffolk University School of Law and asylum law at the University of Miami School of Law. She served as chapter chair of the AILA New England Chapter and currently serves as chapter liaison to Homeland Security Investigations. She was lead counsel for Saysana v. Gillen and a co-author for amicus curiae in Matter of Garcia-Arreola, successfully limiting mandatory detention. Her other successful circuit challenges include Smith v. Holder and Bolieiro v. Holder, the later that overturned the post-departure motion to reopen bar.

Charles "Chuck" Roth, Chicago, IL
Charles Roth is the director of litigation at Heartland Alliance's National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC). He has appeared in hundreds of appellate matters resulting in more than 80 published Court of Appeals decisions, and has overseen the filing of dozens of amicus briefs at the U.S. Supreme Court and the Courts of Appeals. He has represented immigrant classes challenging extended detention, naturalization delays, and the use of detainers. NIJC commonly litigates in collaboration with pro bono law firms, in which case Mr. Roth co-counsels on the case and provides technical and legal support. He is also the update editor for a book authored by the late Daniel Levy, U.S. Citizenship and Naturalization Handbook

The speaker's views do not necessarily represent the views of AILA, nor do they constitute legal advice or representation. Practice tips provided in the written materials are based on the speaker's experiences and current state of the law. Please be sure to conduct legal research and analysis for your unique situation as the law changes quickly and the speaker's experiences may differ from your own.

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