Dealing with Denials
- 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
- Eastern Time (US & Canada)
- By: CLINIC
This event will take place online.
Do you know how to respond if your client’s application for an immigration benefit is denied? Do you know what options and remedies might exist? Are you ready to identify the errors made in the adjudication, structure a legal argument and determine what new evidence, if any, needs to be submitted? In this age of increased enforcement and application denials, every advocate needs to understand how to timely and properly pursue challenges to applications wrongly denied by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS. In this four-week e-course, the presenters will review the law and procedure related to appeals to the Administrative Appeals Office, or AAO, and motions to reopen and reconsider. We will also use sample application denials to demonstrate how to analyze decisions, specify the legal errors and organize a written argument to support your motion or appeal. The course is designed for practitioners who already have exposure to immigration law fundamentals.
- Review the law and procedure related to appeals to the Administrative Appeals Office
- How to analyze decisions
- Specify the legal errors
- Organize a written argument to support your motion or appeal
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