APA Litigation: How to Take a USCIS Denial to Federal Court - Recording (.MP3)
When your client has run out of administrative appeals and a circuit court appeal isn’t available, how can you keep fighting for the case? The expert faculty of this intermediate seminar will discuss when and how to litigate a denial under the Administrative Procedures Act (APA), an often-overlooked avenue to challenging employment– or family-based immigration denials.
- When Is an APA Complaint Appropriate to Challenge a Denial?
- How to Draft an APA Complaint
- Advocating for Your Client Through Negotiation with the Assistant U.S. Attorney
- The Government Filed a Motion to Dismiss: How Do I Respond?
- When Should I File a Motion for Summary Judgment?
- Getting Attorney’s Fees in APA Litigation
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