July 21, 2021 Webinar: Litigation Updates: Implications for Survivor Representation
Jul 21, 2021 2:00PM—3:00PM
Cost Free for ASISTA Members
Event Contact Maria Lazzarino | Email
Categories ASISTA Member Webinars, Webinars
Private Webinar FREE for ASISTA Paid Members
(Non-members must pay the webinar fee to participate or join us)
Litigation Update: Implications for Survivor Representation
Wednesday, July 21st 2021 from 2-3pm ET
(1-2pm CT/11am-12pm PT)
Join ASISTA for a discussion about recent litigation developments affecting survivors. ASISTA staff and guest speakers will address cases including ASISTA v. Johnson, No. 3:20-cv-00206-JAM (D. Conn.) (formerly known as ASISTA v. Albence) (regarding unlawfulness of Matthew Albence’s appointment as Acting Director of ICE); Medina-Tovar v. Zuchowski, 982 F.3d 631 (2020) (finding that U derivative spouses need only have a qualifying relationship to the principal at the time of adjudication); and N-N- v. Mayorkas, No. 1:19-cv-05295-EK (E.D.N.Y) (regarding USCIS’s unreasonable delay in adjudicating cases for placement on U visa waitlist). We will also discuss the potential implications of these cases for representing survivors before USCIS and EOIR.
Note: Approved for 1 hr. Texas CLE credit.
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