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

Recorded on: Mar. 14, 2018
Running Time: 01:31:36

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Taken from the Web Program Reopening Cases for Justice: Basic Rules and Advanced Strategies for Motions to Reopen in Immigration Cases Recorded March 2018 in San Francisco

Specific Types of Motions to Reopen and Case Examples in Immigration Cases [01:31:36]

  • Changed country conditions
  • Eligible for new relief
  • Ineffective assistance of counsel during prior proceedings
  • Change in law
  • Different forms of post-conviction relief
  • In absentia motions to reopen
  • Citizenship claims
  • Due process and constitutional errors in prior proceedings
  • Juveniles

Holly S. Cooper, Amalia Wille

Presentation Material

  • Specific Types of Motions to Reopen and Case Examples in Immigration Cases (PowerPoint slides)
    Holly S. Cooper, Amalia Wille
  • Sample Motion to Reopen for Fundamental Change of Law
    Amalia Wille
  • In Re Sergio Lugo-Resendez, 034-450-500 (December 28, 2017) (Unpublished BIA Decision Accepting Tolling Argument on Change in Law)
    Amalia Wille
  • Lugo-Resendez v. Lynch, Case No. 14-60865, Brief of the AIC and NIP as Amici Curiae in Support of the Petitioner (May 23, 2016)
    Amalia Wille
  • Sample Exhibit List in Support of Motion to Remand Based on Ineffective Assistance of Counsel
    Holly S. Cooper
  • Alternative Sua Sponte Motion to Remand to Apply for Asylum
    Holly S. Cooper
  • Sample Motion to Terminate Based on Post-Conviction Relief
    Holly S. Cooper
  • Sample Motion to Reopen Based on Ineffective Assistance and Derivative Citizenship, and Exhibit List
    Holly S. Cooper
  • American Immigration Council (AIC), The Basics of Motions to Reopen EOIR-Issued Removal Orders (February 7, 2018)
    Trina Realmuto
  • AIC, Seeking Remedies for Ineffective Assistance of Counsel in Immigration Cases (January 2016)
    Trina Realmuto
  • AIC, Rescinding an In Absentia Removal Order (March 31, 2010)
    Trina Realmuto
  • (s)
    Holly S. Cooper ~ Co-Director, Immigration Law Clinic, UC Davis School of Law
    Amalia Wille ~ Immigration Attorney, Van Der Hout, Brigagliano & Nightingale, LLP
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