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Family Law Seminar - January 15, 2015









Immigration Class - December 18, 2014






Hanover Law provides training to other practioners in criminal law, family law, immigration law, court practice, and brief writing. Below are several files related to our teaching programs. We would be delighted to discuss individual training programs and group classes. Hanover Law courses are accepted for CLE credit in Virginia, with carry over credit to most states.



Asylum/Immigration Court Videos Avaialble! Training videos for bond, asylum, experts, and direct examination of witnesses in immigration court are now available. A complete set (two videos) is $150. Contact us at admin@hanoverlawpc.com to Order Videos and to get your copies today!

------- Asylum/Immigration Court Tactics Class (01-02 August 2016) ------





--------- Immigration Seminar 2014 --------

Outline of discussion points for the seminar.

This document outlines various arguments in determining categorical and divisible crimes for 42A/42B consideration.

This is an example aylum brief focusing on gangs.

4th Circuit holding that forced membership in a gang is a social group.

December 16th holding in Federal Court that President Obama's executive order is invalid.

Sample report for asylum purposes (reference material that carries weight with the Court).

Sample report for asylum purposes (reference material that carries weight with the Court).

----------- AILA IMMIGRATION COURSE 2015 ----------

The awesome guide to CIMT, aggravated felonies, and criminal impact on immigration processes (PDS service -- we work with them extensively in DC).

The holy grail of cases and considerations when filing and defending immigration removal clients.

Covers filing and timelines for immigration court motions and procedures.

Class notes -- however, the handout below is the authorative guide.

Comprehensive training guide on court procedures (including samples) for immigration tactis and strategies.

----- L1/International Business (Washington, DC December 2016) ------

Power Point slides covering L1 procedures, and business formation in the US. These are from a presentation to the International Trade Counsel on 02 December 2016.

Additional notes and pointer/guidelines on L1 approval process. Discussed at the International Trade Counsel presentation on 02 December 2016 in Washington, DC.

----------- GENERAL INFORMATION 2016 ----------

ICE based priorities for detention and release of detained immigrants (i.e. release outside of Court bond or order).

Use this for adjusting folks on asylum (or refugee) status who have prior criminal records -- I-602 information.

Useful for both credible fear and affirmative asylum petitions.

Covers the procedure for how to terminate proceedings when a U Visa is in the works.

This is a popular topic on the AILA lists. This is a useful series of questions to help prepare a B2 package.

Cheat sheet extraordinaire! Helpful when speaking to clients on the phone. I believe this was originally an ILRC document.

. This handy guide comes from the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project at http://www.nwirp.org.

Bench book, in Word format for easy sorting and cut/paste.

--------- Federal Garnishment Information (Collection Tactics 2016) --------

This is from the Commissioner of Child Support Enforcement (Federal). However, it applies to all collection actions under 5 CFR 581.104.

This is from the Commissioner of Child Support Enforcement (Federal). It is a memo on guidance for all Federal garnishment actions.

--------- FLSA Settlement Examples (2017) --------

Settlement agreement that contains all required components of an FLSA agreement per Dorian Cheeks v. Freeport Pancake House, Inc.. See 29 USC 201 et al.

After a settlement is signed, a Court must approve. This is the motion to accompany the memorandum below.

This memorandum explains the settlement to the Court, and expressly links attorney fees and a "bona fide" dispute to the settlement (required).

To be accepted, the motion must include a proposed order (see attached for exact wording), and a copy of the settlement agreement.

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