Options for Clients with a Prior Removal Order Picked Up by ICE - Recording (.MP3)
Your client has a prior removal order and either never left the United States or has reentered. ICE has come knocking and you are facing an emergency because your client could be removed from the country in less than a week. There is little time for research. The family is desperate and looking for answers. What do you do? This panel of experts provides options and advice for when a client with a prior removal order is apprehended by ICE.
- Relationship with Local ICE Officials: How to Obtain Information Regarding the “A Number,” Prior Removals, Immigration History, and Criminal History
- Options If Your Client Never Left After a Removal Order: Motion to Reopen and Emergency Stay of Removal or Deportation
- Options After Executed Removal Order: Motion to Reopen, Emergency Stay of Removal or Deportation, and Reasonable Fear Interview
- How to Address Federal Prosecution for Reentry Under 8 USC §1326 and Collaborate with Criminal Defense Counsel
- Petitions for Review and Emergency Stays Filed in Circuit Court Requesting Review of Removal Orders Affirmed by the BIA or Issued by ICE Under INA §§241(a)(5) or 238(b)
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