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Immigration Court 101
Published by North Carolina Advocates for Justice and Texas Trial Lawyers Association

This webinar will be a general introduction to litigating removal cases before the Immigration Court. The presentation will begin with a discussion of the possible charges of removability and inadmissibility, as well as strategies for holding the government its burden of proof. The presentation will go on to address the various defensive applications for relief that can be filed in Immigration Court to prevent deportation. The presentation will briefly discuss possibilities for appellate review, as well as what options may be available after a removal order has been entered by the Court.

Rebekah Grafton
Rebekah Grafton is a former trial attorney for the Department of Homeland Security in the Immigration and Customs Enforcement division. She is not only well versed in the complicated nuances of immigration law, but in her unique experience she has become well-versed in the policies that guide the filing of applications. She has prepared and argued written motions and memoranda at both the trial Court level as well as at the Board of Immigration Appeals. Additionally, she has worked closely with...More
Program Agenda
5 Minutes - Introduction
60 Minutes - Presentation
10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speaker

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