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LAW 827S Immigration Litigation 2.0 Credits

The course will focus on handling cases before the immigration court. Beginning with an overview of the immigration court system and pertinent parts of immigration law, this course will also examine grounds of removal and of inadmissibility, bond motions, grounds to challenge the Notice to Appear, three of the most common forms of relief, adjustment of status and fear of return to home country. The course will be geared to a practical handling of these problems, but with a firm grounding in the legal authorities.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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