Expedited Removal: What Has Changed Since Executive Order No. 13767, Border Security And Immigration Enforcement Improvements: This Practice Advisory addresses the coming expansion of expedited removal, who likely will be impacted, and possible ways to challenge an expedited removal order. The National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild and the Immigrant Rights Project of…

Basic Overview: Master Calendar Proceedings, provides basic overview of the following topics: Purpose of Master Calendar Hearings;Legal basis for hearing and practical tips; Motion practice;Prosecutorial Discretion;Voluntary Departure; Submission of Evidence and filing deadlines; Introduction to Mock Master Calendar Hearing

Bringing together removal defense litigation experts on issues relating to the representation of individuals in immigration court, participants will learn about litigation strategies in removal defense proceedings and observe litigation practices through mock trial demonstration. Sponsor: New York Law School Co-sponsors: NYSBA’s Committee on Immigration Representation, NYSBA’s Commercial & Federal Litigation Section, NYSBA’s International Law…

Representing Detained Clients: Bond Hearings: This article provides a short overview of the following topics: Is my client eligible for a bond hearing?  236(c) and mandatory detention.  Challenging mandatory detention under 236(c).  Alternatives to bond hearing. Evidence in Support of Bond.  The hearing.  Appeals.

Two Systems of Justice: A report providing an overview of the fundamental differences between the criminal justice system and the immigration removal process. It explains the legal justifications that have been offered for denying immigrants facing deportation the same rights as criminal defendants facing imprisonment and concludes by emphasizing that any future immigration reform legislation must…

Access to Counsel in Immigration Court: It has long been the case that immigrants have a right to counsel in immigration court, but that expense has generally been borne by the noncitizen. Because deportation is classified as a civil rather than a criminal sanction, immigrants facing removal are not afforded the constitutional protections under the…