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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 ...

Basic Immigration Law 2017

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From the program: Basic Immigration Law 2017

Released on: Mar. 6, 2017

Basic Immigration Law 2017 will provide an overview of U.S. immigration law, including basic concepts of U.S. immigration law and procedure, and current developments and trends. You will learn: Immigration outlook under a new presidential administration and Congress The difference between nonimmigrant (temporary) and immigrant (permanent/green card) visas Family-sponsored visas Why immigrants are put into removal proceedings ...

Advising Client from Nonimmigrant Visa to Permanent Residency

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Recorded on: Mar. 3, 2017

SPEAKER 1: All right, so the next session will be-- you've got an overview, a fantastic overview, and now we're going to basically get into a discussion about how somebody who comes in on a temporary visa can become a permanent resident. So this will be a discussion among three panelists. It will be a longer session. And again, we can't get everything in, but this is going to segue from the last panel where you got a overview, and you get into the ...

Inadmissibility and Removability: Grounds, Consequences, Custody and Immigration Court Proceedings

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Recorded on: Mar. 3, 2017

CYRUS MEHTA: We're going to focus on inadmissibility and removability grounds, consequences, custody, and immigration court proceedings. So we're changing our topic. We were talking about how to get green cards earlier in the morning. And now we're going to focus on how people get removed from the United States, and some of the Administration's new policies will also be touched upon. So we have a great panel. Matthew Guadagno has been practicing ...

Help Me Get Out of Immigration Removal Proceedings

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Recorded on: Mar. 3, 2017

CYRUS D. MEHTA: OK. So last panel was about how to remove people or how to keep them out. This panel is about how to, again, keep folks whom the government is trying to keep out or throw out, how to keep them here through relief. And again, we can't cover everything, but we are going to give you a glimpse of various grounds of relief when people are being removed. And so we have an exemplary panel. Deborah Lee is senior staff attorney with Sanctuary ...

Overview of the U.S. Immigration System and Current Trends

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Recorded on: Mar. 3, 2017

DAVID M. GRUNBLATT: I guess when it's coming to immigration these days, tightening your belts is very apropos. And I just did want to add one other thing about immigration practice. I assume some of you are interested in getting seriously involved in immigration practice, others may be less so. I can just tell you that at Proskauer, we have a very robust pro bono program and it seems that virtually every case that comes up now is an immigration case. So ...

When Can I File a Habeas? – Overview of Immigration Custody Regimes and Corresponding Habeas Opportunities

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Recorded on: Mar. 3, 2017

SPEAKER 1: We want to briefly introduce the panelists for our segment. You have their bios, but we have just a few fun facts about them. We're lucky to have Zach Nightingale and Holly Cooper as our first panelists. Zach is a partner at Van Der Hout for Brigagliano and Nightingale and has practiced immigration law and deportation defense including federal court litigation for more than 20 years. And since the inauguration, Zach has filed five immigration ...

What Are My Arguments? – Common Challenges to Detention Through Habeas and Possible Hurdles

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Recorded on: Mar. 3, 2017

ETAN NEWMAN: And for this second panel, Holly is going to stay on. And she is joined by Ahilan Arulanantham, who's the deputy legal director of the ACLU of Southern California, and a senior staff attorney at the ACLU Immigrant Rights Project, and has been referred to several times already today. Ahilan has argued several high profile immigration habeas cases, including Jennings v Rodriguez, which is soon to be decided by the Supreme Court. And Ahilan ...

Business Immigration Under the Trump Administration: Be Ready for Changes and Enforcement

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Recorded on: Apr. 6, 2017

Taken from the briefing Business Immigration Under the Trump Administration: Be Ready for Changes and Enforcement recorded April, 2017 in New York. Listen for a discussion of hot topics in business immigration and the changes we can anticipate under the Trump Administration. Lecture Topics [01:06:12] Our panel from Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP will discuss the following: Priorities of the Trump Administration as ...

Business Immigration Under the Trump Administration: Be Ready for Changes and Enforcement

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Recorded on: Apr. 7, 2017

SPEAKER 1: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Blake Chisam. R. BLAKE CHISAM: Thank you, Amy. And good morning, good afternoon to everyone. It's a pleasure to speak with you all on the changes from the Trump administration. So what we're going to try to do today is run through a couple things. One is just a general overview of the things that the president as a candidate said, and then the sort of background legally about what or ...

Bond Basics and Strategies for Representing Clients Subject to Prolonged Detention

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From the program: Bond Basics and Strategies for Representing Clients Subject to Prolonged Detention (Free)

Released on: Apr. 20, 2017

Each year in the United States, the Department of Homeland Security places over 400,000 in immigration detention. Data shows that release from immigration detention on bond not only allows noncitizens to avoid detention during exceedingly lengthy court proceedings, but also, greatly increases their success rates in ultimately avoiding deportation. Because individuals in Immigration Court proceedings generally only have one chance at a bond hearing ...

Requests for Additional Bond Hearings, “Joseph Hearings” and Bond Hearings for Respondents Facing Prolonged Detention

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Recorded on: Apr. 19, 2017

CHRISTINA THOMPSON: All right. Welcome back everyone. We're going to start our final panel of the morning. And before we do, I just want to introduce the chair for this panel, Valerie Anne Zukin. She received her juris doctor from Tulane Law School in 2007 and her bachelor of Arts in Spanish with a concentration in Latin American and Iberians studies from Haverford College in 2002. In February 2017, she started as the lead attorney coordinator for ...

How Do I Prepare for a Bond Hearing? – General Mechanics and Tips on Preparing Clients and Witnesses for Custody Hearings

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Recorded on: Apr. 19, 2017

CHRISTINA THOMPSON: Thank you. And so before we get started with our next panel, I just want to introduce quickly the chair of this panel, Monica Howell. She's a senior immigration attorney for CARECEN's immigration legal program and she holds a BA in Spanish and Comparative Literature from of California Davis and a JD from the University of San Francisco. Since being admitted to the California bar in 2011, she has worked on various types of immigration ...

Who is Eligible for Bond? – Overview of How to Determine Bond Eligibility Based on the Client’s Immigration History and Criminal Background

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Recorded on: Apr. 19, 2017

CHRISTINA H. LEE: Hello, everybody. Good morning. Thanks for being here. I think this is a really important topic, especially in light of what's going on with our current situation in this country. Bond, I think, is a very complex area of law. These involve criminal aspects as well as very complicated statutory provisions. I feel that getting your client a bond really can dictate your client's case. Whether or not they might actually stay in the ...

Working with Immigrants: The Intersection of Basic Immigration, Housing, and Domestic Violence Issues in California 2017

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From the program: Working with Immigrants: The Intersection of Basic Immigration, Housing, and Domestic Violence Issues in California 2017 (Free)

Released on: May. 3, 2017

You should view 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.  Many immigrant clients require assistance with a constellation of related yet distinct issues.  This program attempts to address these particular areas of overlap.  Experienced practitioners in the ...

Orientation to Domestic Violence

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Recorded on: May. 2, 2017

BRENDA STAR ADAMS: All right, we're going to start again. So if people in the room can take their seats. And for everyone on the web, I'm happy to invite you all back to our second session. We had a very stimulating conversation this morning with Tirien, and now we're going to get into some nitty-gritty. We're going to start with an Orientation to Domestic Violence. And I'm going to introduce our two very experienced panelists for this. First, we ...

Domestic Violence and Housing

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Recorded on: May. 2, 2017

LINDA TAM: It's on domestic violence and housing with Brenda Star Adams and Karlo Ng. So Brenda Star Adams, you were introduced to her earlier this morning. She does family law for domestic violence survivors and has a background in housing. So those kind of intersect in her areas of specialty. And Karlo is an attorney at the National Housing Law Project where she focuses on housing issues impacting survivors of domestic and sexual violence for housing ...

Housing and Immigration

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Recorded on: May. 2, 2017

BRENDA STAR ADAMS: I will introduce our next presenters as they shuffle up onto the podium. This is going to be our Introduction to Housing and Immigration. First, we have Lauren DeMartini-- who is my colleague, I'm happy to say-- and a staff attorney at Bay Area Legal Aid. She represents low-income tenants and unlawful detainer cases, subsidy terminations, and fair housing cases. Lauren previously represented tenants in Contra Costa County and Santa ...

Getting Legal Status Based on Domestic Violence

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Recorded on: May. 2, 2017

BRENDA STAR ADAMS: One, if you can take your seats here. We're about start our last, but certainly not least, segment of today. Thanks, everyone, for your engaged participation. It's been a really, really great day, so far. So with us today we have Eunice Lee, who is a co-legal director at the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies. Previously, she worked at the ACLU Immigrants Rights Project where she began as an equal justice works fellow in the New ...

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

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Recorded on: May. 2, 2017

BRENDA STAR ADAMS: All right. So it is my pleasure to introduce my colleague and my boss, Tirien Steinbach. She is, as they say, the Executive Director of the East Bay COMMUNITY Law Center, which is a community-based clinic for Berkeley Law, and she's a lecturer in residence at Berkeley Law School, where she graduated also in 1999 and has received numerous awards, of which I could not actually name all of, but of which I've seen you awarded many times. TIRIEN ...

Family Law and Immigration (TRO, Custody, Divorce)

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Recorded on: May. 2, 2017

LINDA TAM: All right, so right now we have a presentation on family law and immigration. So this session will address common family law issues that arise when immigrants are dealing with domestic violence such as restraining orders, custody, and divorce matters. We have Trina Chatterjee and Nicole Ford. Trina Chatterjee is a partner at MVTC family law, a private practice law firm here in Oakland. And she works through all the counties here locally ...

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 ...

Defending Against Different Kinds of Removal Procedures

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Recorded on: May. 12, 2017

AVANTIKA SHASTRI: Should I start? MONICA HOWELL: Yeah. AVANTIKA SHASTRI: All right. Welcome back from the break. And now we're going to get started again. So in this half, we're going to talk about defending against the different kinds of removal procedures at the ICE office that the ICE may seek to initiate. So here's a list of the ones we'll be covering. So the first one is removal proceedings. And really, this is the best case scenario in my ...

A Review of ICE Enforcement Priorities, Current Advocacy in Northern California, and Practical Tips for Responding Quickly to an ICE Enforcement Action

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Recorded on: May. 12, 2017

MONICA HOWELL: And so before we actually get to the substantive content of the panel, I'd like to introduce to you two of our panelists that are going to be speaking today. The first one is Ilyce Shugall, who works for Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto. Ilyce is the directing attorney of the Immigration Program at Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto. Ilyce joined CLSEPA in March of 2012 and since that time has worked greatly to expand ...

University Policies and Progress: Inclusion and Assistance for Immigrant Communities

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Recorded on: May. 16, 2017

Taken from the briefing University Policies and Progress: Inclusion and Assistance for Immigrant Communities recorded May, 2017 in New York. Recognizing that several immigration policy positions and Executive Orders advanced by the new Administration on January 25, 2017 give rise to heightened insecurity, fear and unconstitutional discrimination against communities on the basis of religion, race, ethnicity, and national identity---universities, ...


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