How to File a Successful Circuit Court Petition for Review - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
As immigration judges face unrelenting quotas and the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) adds more hardliners to its membership, review in a federal circuit court may be your client’s best hope for fair consideration of the legal and factual issues in their removal case. But what if you have never litigated a case in federal court before? Going to federal circuit court is much less intimidating than it may seem. Our expert panelists will cover the initial steps of filing a circuit court petition for review, and they will share critical tips that will allow you to navigate the hallowed halls of justice like a veteran.
- How to Prepare and File a Petition for Review: Step-by-Step Guidance from Timing to Jurisdiction to Templates
- Seeking a Stay of Removal for Detained Clients with the Circuit Court
- Petition for Review Timeline: Administrative Record, Briefing Schedule, Motions, and Extensions
- Standards of Review at the Circuit Court and Deference to Administrative Agencies
- Essential Resources: Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure and Local Rules
- Engaging with the Clerk’s Office and Opposing Counsel
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