|Production Date:||August 11 2011|
When your immigrant client is detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the three main questions that are often asked are: (1) what is the distinction between criminal and non-criminal detention, (2) is your client a candidate for bond, and (3) how will detention impact your client’s chances of overcoming removal. Immigration attorney Harlan York answers these queries and many more in this program on immigration detentions. Mr. York explains the applicable Code of Federal Regulations and the differences in treatment for those with and without green cards. In addition, he covers which violations are characterized as “non-criminal”, what factors determine the length of the detention, and when the 8 C.F.R. Section 208.31 exception applies. You will also learn important practice tips regarding bail hearings that will prove invaluable to your clients, and the criteria considered when a bond amount is determined. This program will be extremely helpful for immigration attorneys to learn about detentions and how to help their clients remain legally in the United States.
I. Criminal v. Civil Detention
II. Is Your Client Bail Eligible
III. Overcoming Removal & How Detention Impacts our Case
Stephen (New York, NY)
thorough and well analyzed
Susan (Bellingham, WA)
Very clear, thorough, and condensed.
roy (Satanta, KS)
Information was helpful but it's application to ICE actions toward farm workers would be helpful.
benjamin (Andover, KS)
Adrienne (New Rochelle, NY)
Excellent course. Very informative and detailed.
Elisa (Chicago, IL)
This is the third course I've watched by Mr. York. Like the other two, it is excellent.
Richard (flushing, NY)
This seminar could easily have been extended to 2 or perhaps 3 hours. Very well done.
Rosalyn (new city, NY)
John (Antioch, TN)
aweome AND INFORMATIVE
Osvaldo (Mission, TX)
Very good would love to see more in depth courses on the issue
David (Fayetteville, AR)
David (Jonesboro, GA)
Very informative and useful.
Sinyeon (Vienna, VA)
It was informative.
Chandara (Faifax, VA)
Great speaker, slides, and written materials!
Sung Mee (Alexandria, VA)
Excellent presentation. Clear and concise.
Jodi (New York, NY)
Excellent substance. Information that every attorney should have some exposure to.
Michael (New York, NY)
Speaker is passionate and compassionate, and knowedgeable.
Rosa (New York, NY)
Excellent CLE. Harlan presents the material clearly and conveys an excellent level of mastery in the field. I would love to take more CLEs taught by him.
Adina (Tucker, GA)
this is truly an excellent presentation. it answered a lot of questions I had.
Jeff Valley (Bellevue, WA)
One of the better speakers, interesting topic
Leslie (Perth Amboy, NJ)
excellent and helpful
James (Houston, TX)
Ivan (New York, NY)
The presenter was excellent. I will call if one of my clients is detained or is facing removal.