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Habeas Petitions for Detained Immigrants

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From the program: Habeas Petitions for Detained Immigrants

Released on: Mar. 6, 2017

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security detains more than 400,000 noncitizens in civil immigration detention every year. A congressional quota mandates that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) maintain 34,000 beds daily for immigrants in detention, many in privately run detention facilities. Tens of thousands more are subject to onerous conditions of release, including high bonds and GPS tracking devices. Immigrants who are detained include ...

What Immigration Attorneys Need to Know to be an Emergency Responder to ICE Enforcement Actions

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From the program: What Immigration Attorneys Need to Know to be an Emergency Responder to ICE Enforcement Actions

Released on: May. 17, 2017

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has broad authority and discretion in respect to how it enforces immigration laws within the constraints of federal law and the Constitution. In January 2017, the President issued two Executive Orders, which directed ICE to prioritize the removal of more categories of immigrants in the United States than before and to more frequently use summary removal procedures and detention. The policies and practices ...

Motions to Suppress and to Terminate Removal Proceedings: Litigating Fourth Amendment Violations in Immigration Court

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From the program: Motions to Suppress and to Terminate Removal Proceedings: Litigating Fourth Amendment Violations in Immigration Court

Released on: Jun. 6, 2017

Threats of increased immigration enforcement, promises of increased hiring of immigration and border patrol agents, and the elimination of “priority enforcement” categories likely mean a return to unconstitutional practices such as racial profiling and unreasonable searches and seizures, forced entry into homes, and workplace raids. The constitution provides a remedy for egregious constitutional violations by immigration authorities: immigration ...

Emergency Legal Challenges to Imminent Removals: Emergency Petitions for Review of Administrative and Reinstatement Orders, Emergency Motions to Reopen, and Whether Habeas Might Be a Viable Option

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From the program: Emergency Legal Challenges to Imminent Removals: Emergency Petitions for Review of Administrative and Reinstatement Orders, Emergency Motions to Reopen, and Whether Habeas Might Be a Viable Option (Free)

Released on: Jul. 14, 2017

In 2015 alone, there were 333,341 documented removals, or deportations, from the United States. Not only is the large number of removals concerning, it is particularly alarming that so many removals could have been successfully challenged, but so many of the deportees were never advised regarding any such options. Many individuals facing removal do not obtain legal assistance, and unwittingly forfeit critical rights and legal protections. This training ...

Ethical Considerations for Attorneys Representing Detained Immigrants

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From the program: Ethical Considerations for Attorneys Representing Detained Immigrants (Free)

Released on: Aug. 3, 2017

As of April 2017, there were 884 individuals detained ICE custody in Northern California alone.  And in fiscal year 2016, the Department of Homeland Security reports having apprehended 530,250 individuals nationwide and conducted a total of 450,954 removals and returns. We are fortunate that in recent months, private and public funding has increased for pro bono representation of detained immigrants in several localities around the country. Representation ...

FTCA and Other Civil Rights Claims - Immigration Enforcement & Damages Actions

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From the program: FTCA and Other Civil Rights Claims - Immigration Enforcement & Damages Actions (Free)

Released on: Aug. 25, 2017

Increased immigration enforcement is likely to include enforcement practices that give rise to damages actions.  Claims under the Federal Tort Claims Act, Bivens, and Section 1983 are important tools to combat abusive enforcement practices and ensuring that federal and local law enforcement abide by their constitutional obligations. This program will give a general overview of each of these claims. We will also discuss employing a media strategy, ...

Overview of the Federal Torts Claims Act, Bivens, and Section 1983 Litigation and Administrative Claims

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Recorded on: Aug. 24, 2017

JULIA HARUMI MASS: Good morning, everyone. I'm happy to be here, and thank you for being here with us. I want to-- first, I'll introduce the remainder of our panel just briefly. There are bios in your materials. But Araceli Martinez-Olguin is an impact litigator and advocate-- policy advocate with Community Legal services of East Palo Alto. And having worked at the US Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, and the American Civil Liberties ...

Diving Deeper - Case Studies on Bivens, FTCA and Section 1983 Litigation against ICE

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Recorded on: Aug. 24, 2017

JULIA HARUMI MASS: Hey, we're back. Thanks, everyone. I just wanted to mention we gave a shout out to Joe Browning before who is terrific in helping us out here at PLI. But the folks who filed this case are the Legal Aid Justice Center in Covington and Burling, so we wanted to give a proper shout out to those attorneys who brought this case that Araceli was mentioning earlier. And Howard, who is my esteemed co-counsel on a case he's going to talk ...

Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of the NorCal Wildfires -- FEMA Appeals, Recoupment and Other Issues for Disaster Survivors

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From the program: Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of the NorCal Wildfires

Recorded on: Nov. 28, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of the NorCal Wildfires Recorded November 2017 in San Francisco FEMA Appeals, Recoupment and Other Issues for Disaster Survivors [01:08:00] Types of Individual assistance programs; eligibility; application process Denial of assistance: commons reasons for denial Appeals process: how to file an appeal, appeal requirements and documentation Recoupment issues  ...

FEMA Appeals, Recoupment and Other Issues for Disaster Survivors

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Recorded on: Nov. 28, 2017

SPEAKER: Hello, everybody, and welcome back. We are turning now to the question of FEMA benefits and recruitment and appeals. And to cover those topics, we have William Friedman. William is the Acting Director of the New York Legal Assistance Group, or NYLAG's Storm Response Unit in New York City. That unit provides comprehensive legal services to victims, or survivors, of Superstorm Sandy. And his practice areas have included, in addition to FEMA ...

Under Pressure: Representing Clients in Reasonable Fear and Credible Fear Interviews in the Trump Era

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From the program: Under Pressure: Representing Clients in Reasonable Fear and Credible Fear Interviews in the Trump Era

Released on: Dec. 19, 2017

Under Pressure: Representing Clients in Reasonable Fear and Credible Fear Interviews in the Trump Era Lecture Topics [Total Time: 02:07:50] Overview of Credible and Reasonable Fear Processes & Relief for Asylum Seekers Legal landscape and overview of credible and reasonable fear interviews including: the basics of expedited removal, administrative removal, and reinstatement procedures; overview of asylum, withholding, and CAT relief; ...

Right to Privacy at the Border Under the Trump Administration

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Recorded on: Mar. 6, 2018

Taken from the One-Hour Briefing Recorded March 2018 in New York Right to Privacy at the Border Under the Trump Administration [01:01:25] Imagine this: you’re returning to the United States after a quick business trip abroad. While going through customs, you are unexpectedly pulled to the side and brought in for secondary inspection. The officer asks for your cell phone and the password to access its content. What should you do? Well, the answer ...

Right to Privacy at the Border Under the Trump Administration

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Recorded on: Mar. 13, 2018

AMY: It is now my pleasure to turn the briefing over to Rosanna Berardi. ROSANNA BERARDI: Hello. Good afternoon, everyone. I'm Rosanna Berardi. I'm the managing partner of Berardi Immigration Law. We're a business immigration firm located at the US-Canadian border in Buffalo, New York. Slide two. So today we're going to talk about the right to privacy at the border under the Trump administration. We're going to do an overview of the US constitution ...

Reopening Cases for Justice: Basic Rules and Advanced Strategies for Motions to Reopen in Immigration Cases

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From the program: Reopening Cases for Justice: Basic Rules and Advanced Strategies for Motions to Reopen in Immigration Cases (Free)

Released on: Mar. 21, 2018

In today’s enforcement environment, it is essential for all immigration practitioners who advise or represent immigrants with final orders of removal to know how to recognize various bases for reopening cases and skillfully put together motions to reopen.  A motion to reopen may be the only way to rectify old mistakes in the case, or raise new legal arguments and forms of relief.  At the same time, a badly-prepared motion to reopen ...

Specific Types of Motions to Reopen and Case Examples in Immigration Cases

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Recorded on: Mar. 14, 2018

AVANTIKA SHASTRI: OK. So welcome, everyone, for the second portion of our presentation today. And we are now joined by two additional panelists. Immediately to my right is Holly Cooper, who is a co-director of the Immigration Law Clinic at the UC Davis School of Law. And to her right is Amalia Wille, an associate attorney at Van Der Hout, Brigagliano, and Nightingale, here in San Francisco. Along with Trina, they both have many years of experience ...

Overview of Motions to Reopen in Immigration Cases

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Recorded on: Mar. 14, 2018

AVANTIKA SHASTRI: And so our first-- I just want to jump right in, because we've got a lot to say and really wonderful speakers for you today. For our first panel, we're really honored to have Trina Realmuto from the American Immigration Council with us from Boston and Washington DC. She's the directing attorney of the Boston office of the American Immigration Council's legal department, and she litigates before the federal courts on issues related ...

Working with Immigrants: The Intersection of Basic Immigration, Housing, and Domestic Violence Issues in California 2018

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From the program: Working with Immigrants: The Intersection of Basic Immigration, Housing, and Domestic Violence Issues in California 2018 (Free)

Released on: May. 7, 2018

Please note that this program may not offer Bias or Diversity & Inclusion credit in every jurisdiction. Check the credit information box to the right for the credit breakdown in your jurisdiction.  You should attend this training if you would like to provide pro bono services to immigrant clients in the areas of housing, immigration, or domestic violence or you would like to improve your representation of immigrant clients generally.  ...

Getting Legal Status Based on Domestic Violence

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Recorded on: May. 1, 2018

MODERATOR: All right. So if everyone could kind of bring themselves back into this room, we're going to get started. So our next panel is immigration focus, and it's about how to get legal status based on domestic violence. We actually, compared to the last several years, we increased the length of this particular segment to deal with the reality of the political situation right now, in which there is a lot of immigration enforcement, fears are running ...

Orientation to Domestic Violence

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Recorded on: May. 1, 2018

PROTIMA: So Nancy Lemon has been a leading authority on domestic violence law for over three decades. A practicing attorney, she has also provided expert testimony in many types of cases. She has worked to craft many pieces of legislation in California, which affect the lives of survivors of domestic violence, as well as their children and families. In 1998, professor Lemon began to teach, and has since been teaching the domestic violence law and ...

Client Counseling & Advocacy: The Role of Race, Class and Culture in the Elimination of Bias

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Recorded on: May. 1, 2018

LINDA TAM: OK. So I think we are ready to do-- I'm going to introduce our next two panelists. And I'm thrilled, because they are colleagues of mine and I know how amazing they are. So we have Jassmin Poyaoan from East Bay Community Law Center. She's the director of our Community Economic Justice Clinic, where she focuses on leveraging transactional law and developing policies to further anti-displacement strategies in the East Bay. She's a graduate ...

Domestic Violence and Housing

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Recorded on: May. 1, 2018

SPEAKER 1: Thank you. All right-- homestretch. Our last session for today is on domestic violence and housing. And the session will cover how the Violence Against Women Act and fair housing laws protect survivors of domestic violence from evictions and denial of housing, with a special emphasis on working with immigrant clients, as we've been focusing on all day. So, with us we have Karlo Ng. Karlo Ng is the supervising attorney at the National Housing ...

Family Law and Immigration (TRO, Custody, Divorce)

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Recorded on: May. 1, 2018

PROTIMA PANDEY: Thank you. While we are moving on to our next panel, I am delighted again to welcome friends back to the panel. I know. We planned this. So we are going to move into our next session, which is being facilitated by Trina Chatterjee and Nicole Ford. Trina is a partner at MVTC Family Law, and she has been a partner there since 2007. She's appeared in numerous cases in court all over the Bay Area, developing a relationship with judges ...

Housing and Immigration

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Recorded on: May. 1, 2018

SPEAKER 1: So next, we have our housing and immigration panel, and they are coming through the door. SPEAKER 2: All right. And as they're coming through the door, I'm going to take a moment to go ahead and introduce our panelists. Katherine Chu is from Asian Americans for Advancing Justice, the Asian Law Caucus. She's a staff attorney and program manager of the Housing Rights Program. And she is a former Marin County public defender and has clerked ...

Fashion and Retail Law 2018: Trends and Developments -- Immigration Issues in Fashion

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From the program: Fashion and Retail Law 2018: Trends and Developments

Recorded on: May. 2, 2018

Taken from the Web Program Fashion and Retail Law 2018: Trends and Developments Recorded May 2018 in New York Immigration Issues in Fashion [00:59:22] Understanding the current visa system and obtaining proper employment authorization to work in the U.S. H-1B visas and O-1 visas Prospects of visa reform and potential impact on brands and retailers David Grunblatt The purchase price of this Web Program segment includes the following ...

Immigration Issues in Fashion

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Recorded on: May. 2, 2018

AUDIENCE: And I'd like to welcome up here, David Grunblatt from Proskauer Rose. He's a partner at Proskauer. He heads its immigration practice. And he's an authority on employer immigration compliance and employment-based immigration benefits. Welcome, David. He lectures and writes extensively on the subject of immigration and nationality law, and I think it'll be a terrific presentation. DAVID M. GRUNBLATT: Thank you very much. The most important ...


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