How to File Winning Appeals with the BIA and AAO - Recording (.MP3)
How do you protect your client’s rights if USCIS or the immigration judge makes a bad decision? Where do you appeal, and what do you do if USCIS rejects a properly filed appeal? How do you prepare a winning appellate brief? Our panel of experts will unlock the mysteries of when and where to file appeals, what to file, procedures for appeals, and how to prepare winning briefs, motions, and evidence for appeals.
- Where to File: Determining Whether the Appeal Should Be Sent to the BIA, AAO, or USCIS
- When to File: Calculating the Deadline for Appeal and Options If the Deadline Has Already Passed
- What to File: Determining What Forms, Fees, Briefs, and Evidence Are Needed for an Appeal
- How to Appeal: Writing Winning Briefs, Filing Motions, Supplementing the Record, and Following Appellate Procedures
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