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Ninth Circuit Immigration Outline

Revised June 2009
Prepared by the Office of Staff Attorneys
 
The Immigration Outline is provided as a resource to assist attorneys in analyzing petitions for review. It synthesizes procedural and substantive principles relating to immigration law in the Ninth Circuit and covers the following topics: Jurisdiction, Standards of Review, Relief from Removal (e.g. Asylum, Cancellation of Removal, Adjustment of Status), Motions to Reopen or Reconsider, Criminal Issues, Due Process, and Attorney Fees. This research tool is only a starting point. You are encouraged to conduct independent research and verify that cited decisions are still good law. Due to differences in case citations, these documents are provided in two versions, one using Westlaw and the other Lexis Nexis. Please choose the version best suited to your research methods.

    Lexis   Westlaw
A. JURISDICTION and STANDARD OF REVIEW    
         
B. RELIEF FROM REMOVAL    
         
C. MOTIONS TO REOPEN OR RECONSIDER IMMIGRATION PROCEEDINGS    
         
D. CRIMINAL ISSUES IN IMMIGRATION LAW    
         
E. DUE PROCESS IN IMMIGRATION PROCEEDINGS    
         
F. ATTORNEY FEES AND RECOVERABLE EXPENSES UNDER
THE EAJA
   


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