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AILA's Litigation Combo brings together two essential resources for immigration lawyers who find themselves in an adversarial position against the government, either due to a denial of an immigration benefit or an attempt to deport a client. With in-depth analysis and practice pointers, forms, and samples, this combination of products gives you everything you need to confidently battle USCIS, DOL, and ICE at the administrative level and in federal court.
The seventh edition of AILA's Immigration Litigation Toolbox includes practice pointers and sample pleadings, motions, and other documents needed in contested matters before EOIR, USCIS, DOS, and the federal courts.
The fifth edition of Robert Pauw's Litigating Immigration Cases in Federal Court takes a deep dive into all aspects of lawsuits against the government brought in federal courts, both district and appellate. You'll receive guidance on how to file various claims for relief in federal court, procedural rules to be aware of, and arguments that the government typically makes in its attempt to dismiss lawsuits. The book also provides advice on brief writing, with suggested case citations.