Strategies for Preventing Expedited Removal - Recording (.MP3)
On July 23, 2019, DHS issued regulations expanding expedited removals to include persons arrested anywhere in the United States who are inadmissible under INA §§212(a)(6)(C) or (7), who have not been admitted or paroled, and who cannot prove continuous physical presence in the country for the last two years. Our panel of experts will address how to prepare clients to prevent an expedited removal order, and how to respond if an expedited removal order is issued.
- Who Is (and Is Not) Subject to Expedited Removal?
- What Documents Should Your Client Carry? How to Prepare Clients with Documents to Prevent Expedited Removal While Avoiding Proof of Alienage
- Exercising the Rights Not to Respond to Questions from DHS: Preparing Clients
- Options and Strategies If an Expedited Removal Order Is Issued: Applications for Asylum, Stays of Removal, and Litigation
- What If the U.S. Official Makes a Mistake? How to Represent Clients Before ICE and Litigate Expedited Removal Orders
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