Do’s and Don’ts in Immigration Court AC16 (.MP3)
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Immigration court differs from federal court because federal rules of evidence and procedure are not binding in immigration court. This fundamentals-level panel will introduce attendees to filings, briefing, and other procedures to be aware of in immigration court.
Key Topics Include
- Appearances Before Immigration Court
- Filings and E-Filings
- Understanding BIA Practice Manuel
H. Raymond Fasano (DL), New York, NY
Karla L. Kraus, San Diego, CAManuel F. Rios III, Seattle, WA
Mark J. Shmueli, Takoma Park, MD
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