Aggressive Removal Defense, Part 1: Contesting Removability - Recording (.MP3)
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has the initial burden of proof in removal proceedings. Our expert speakers will discuss best practices for contesting removability, requiring DHS to meet its burden of proof, and seeking termination of removal proceedings when DHS fails to meet its burden in a timely manner. They also will offer practical tips for denying charges of removability, objecting to DHS evidence, and holding DHS to its burden of proof in order to aggressively litigate removability and create an exceptional record for appeal.
- Understanding the Shifting Burdens of Proof in Removal Proceedings
- Denying Charges at Master Calendar Hearings
- Preparing for a Contested Removability Hearing
- Objecting to DHS Evidence and Examination
- Creating the Record You Want to Litigate on Appeal
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