Federal Court Jurisdiction over Denied Petitions and Applications
When the U.S. Department of Homeland Security simply gets it wrong and subsequent appeals to the Administrative Appeals Office or Board of Immigration Appeals fail, federal district courts may review the agency’s determinations. Our panelists will discuss the statutory bases for jurisdiction, including bars to federal court review, as well as practical and strategic considerations for effective litigation.
- Administrative Procedures Act: Scope and Standards of Review
- Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies and Strategic Timing Considerations
- Choosing a Venue and Naming Defendants
- Surviving a Motion to Dismiss
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