Hot Topics for Minors and Derivatives Seeking Asylum AC17 (.MP3)
The panelists will address specialized issues in asylum practice, such as how to protect derivatives and address changes in family relationships given the lengthy and unpredictable delays in the asylum process. This intermediate-level panel will also provide updates and strategies for presenting claims for unaccompanied alien minors and working with child applicants.
- Special Ethical Considerations and Legal Standards for Minors
- Applicability of the TVPRA and Jurisdictional Issues in Children’s Asylum Claims
- How and When to Include, Add, and Even Remove Family Members as Derivatives
- CSPA Protections, Nunc Pro Tunc Asylum, and Other Timing Issues
- Navigating the Process of Bringing Derivatives from Abroad and Filing for Relatives Who Are Present in the United States
- Jennifer M. Rotman (DL), Portland, OR
- Karen T. Grisez, Washington, DC
- Claire R. Thomas, New York, NY
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