Non-Court Removal Orders: Expedited, Stipulated, Reinstated, Oh My! - Recording (.MP3)
Our panel of experts will discuss the various ways your client can be subject to a removal order issued outside of standard removal proceedings. Panelists will provide an overview of who is subject to these summary removal proceedings and what they entail. They also will share tips for challenging these removal orders and the underlying proceedings.
- The Ins and Outs of the Expedited Removal Process, and Expansion Under the Current Administration
- Is Your Client Eligible for any Relief If He or She Is Subject to Reinstatement of Removal? Reasonable Fear and Withholding-Only Proceedings
- What Can You Do If Your Client Signed a Stipulated Removal Order?
- What Exactly Is a “Final Administrative Removal Order?”
- When Is Administrative Review and/or Judicial Review Available in Non-Court Removal Proceedings?
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