Aggressive Removal Defense, Part 1: Contesting Removability (.PDF)
Often, immigration attorneys feel that the law works against their clients. However, the Immigration and Nationality Act, the Code of Federal Regulations, and the 5th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution are powerful tools for lawyers to aggressively defend their clients in immigration court. The respondent has the right to challenge the government’s charging documents and evidence in support of removability. Identifying these issues and making successful challenges may lead to termination of removal proceedings or eligibility for relief from removal. This practice advisory provides useful guidance on how to achieve this.
This article, written by Alan Diamante, Aaron Hall, and Rebeca Sánchez-Roig, was originally included as part of the Aggressive Removal Defense, Part 1: Contesting Removability seminar.
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