U Visas in Removal Proceedings - Recording (.MP3)
As the backlog for U visas has grown, practitioners must figure out how to navigate the lengthy waitlists while a client is in removal proceedings. With the attorney general limiting the authority of immigration judges to administratively close or terminate proceedings, this picture has grown even more complicated. Our panel of experts will share practical tips and best practices for navigating removal proceedings with a client who is eligible for U nonimmigrant status.
- Requesting Continuances, Termination, or Administrative Closure Based on Pending U Visa Petitions, Deferred Action, or Approval
- Protecting Applicants and Holders of U Visa Status with Outstanding Orders of Removal: When and How to Seek a Prima Facie Determination, Stay of Removal, or Motion to Reopen
- U Visa Options for Clients Who Have Been Removed: Consular Processing and Requests for Parole
- Understanding How VAWA Confidentiality Provisions Apply to U Visa Applicants in Removal Proceedings
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