Representing Clients in Immigration Court, 4th Ed.
|Release Date||October 2016|
The new edition of Representing Clients in Immigration Court is completely revamped, rewritten, and expanded, and full of tips, strategies, and practical advice for a successful defense case.
The fourth edition includes a more detailed explanation of tricky filing procedures and standards of review, as well as in-depth discussions of motions to reopen, the exclusionary rule and motions to suppress, cancellation of removal for LPRs, VAWA cancellation, asylum matters, and options for Central American clients, including unaccompanied minors.
Additionally you will find updates related to:
- Access to Counsel
- Special Rules for Juveniles
- The Categorical Approach
- Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude
- Prosecutorial Discretion
- Waivers for Special Immigrant Juveniles and U Visa Nonimmigrants
- 212(c) Relief
- The Hardship Standard
- Voluntary Departure
- Administrative Review Options
Representing Clients in Immigration Court will provide you with clear, practical, and strategic guidance to help you prepare for any immigration court proceeding.
Academic pricing also available when used as required or recommended reading. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details if you're interested in using Representing Clients in Immigration Court for your class.
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