Post-Matter of A–B– and Domestic Violence-Based Asylum Strategies AC19 (.MP3)
Attorney General Sessions attempted to eliminate domestic violence and gang violence as bases for asylum in Matter of A–B–, but attorneys across the country continue to successfully argue these claims before immigration judges and throughout the federal circuit courts. Learn from the experts what is working and what is not in the realm of “particular social group” (PSG) claims.
- Strategies for Formulating PSGs in Domestic Violence and Gang-Based Asylum Claims
- Effective Use of Expert Witnesses and Country Conditions to Demonstrate the Government’s Inability and/or Unwillingness to Protect
- Circuit Court Treatment of Matter of A–B–
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