Gender-Based Asylum Claims Post-<em>Matter of A–R–C–G–</em> AC17 (.MP3)

Gender-Based Asylum Claims Post-Matter of A–R–C–G– AC17 (.MP3)

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Recorded 06/22/17
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 60 min.
Format MP3
SKU AC17-T215-DL

It has now been three years since the landmark decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals confirming in Matter of A– R–C–G– that domestic violence may be a ground for asylum. The experts on this intermediate-level panel will discuss how the decision has been implemented and interpreted since 2014. They also will provide practical tips for applying the decision in the contexts of gender-based and family violence beyond the specific facts of A–R–C–G–.

  • Legal Marriages vs. Domestic Partnerships
  • Ability to Leave and Internal Relocation
  • Willingness of the Government to Protect
  • Applying A–R–C–G– to Other Contexts of Gender-Based and Family Violence
  • Thinking Outside the Box: Gender-Based Protected Grounds Beyond A–R–C–G–


  • Daniel Thomann (DL), Chicago, IL
  • Christina Brown, Denver, CO
  • Eunice Lee, San Francisco, CA

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