Asylum Law Updates on Particular Social Groups - Recording (.MP3)
How to define “particular social group” (PSG) remains one of the most complex and convoluted endeavors in asylum law. Panelists will provide practical tips on defining PSGs, advise on how best to craft them successfully, and review what has worked in recent decisions
- Review of Recent BIA Decisions on PSGs
- Will the Attorney General’s Referrals to Himself Impact Asylum Adjudications?
- Creatively Crafting PSGs that Work
- Updates on Gang-Based PSGs, PSGs that May Work for Unaccompanied Children
- Practical Tips on Important Topics—e.g., Making Multiple Social Group Arguments, etc.
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