Waivers in the Trump Administration - Recording (.MP3)
The panelists on this advanced-level seminar will explore strategies in pursuing waivers and documenting hardship in removal proceedings in the enforcement-intense environment of the Trump administration. They also will cover options in waiver cases when DHS will not join a motion to administratively close or terminate, or when DHS recalendars a case that had been previously administratively closed.
- Overview of I-601, I-601A, and I-212 Waivers: How They Arise in Removal Proceedings, and When to File Them
- Challenges and Strategies in Documenting Hardship and Rehabilitation: Using Expert Opinions, Psychological Evaluations, Social Media, Indirect Hardship, Economic Data, and Country Conditions
- How to Make a Case for Cumulative Hardship
- The Role of Discretion in Waiver Adjudication
- Motions for Administrative Closure When DHS Objects Under Matter of Avetisyan and Matter of W-Y-U-
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