The practice of affirmatively filing an application for asylum with the end goal of applying for cancellation of removal has become a widespread practice. Some attorneys seek relief for clients with exceptional cases. And other attorneys exploit clients with misleading promises such as a "10-year green card" or a work permit for a "hardship case." Many attorneys have struggled to decide whether this strategy can ever be appropriate for their clients. How do they counsel their clients? How do they balance their roles as both advocate and officer of the court? What are the ethical considerations and the relevant rules? What is the possibility of discipline? The speakers will identify the relevant issues and help lawyers work through these difficult questions.