This webinar provides an overview of the DACA renewal process and highlights other updates to DACA guidance. We share practice tips and respond to common questions about the renewal process and the new Form I-821D.
Do you ever encounter common tax questions you wish you could answer? For example, how do tax issues play a role in establishing good moral character for naturalization applicants? What is the significance of a married client’s filing as “married filing separately,” or as “head of household?” Whom can the client claim as dependents on a tax return? What is needed to obtain a tax payer identification number (ITIN)? How does a self-employed sponsor evidence current individual annual income for the affidavit of support?
This webinar discusses why unaccompanied children are coming to the United States, where they are staying, what services the Church is providing, and how you can help. Panelists include experts on the root causes of migration from Central America and the emergency, social, and legal services available to these minor children.
This webinar for affiliates discusses the newly revised I-821D and USCIS guidelines for DACA renewal. We provide updates on DACA policy and advocacy issues and also share program management tips on preparing for DACA renewals. Finally, we consider how lessons learned from the initial DACA phase can be applied to the renewal process and to future immigration reform.
The presenters for this webinar were: Tatyana Delgado, Ilissa Mira, Allison Posner, Jen Riddle, Nathaly Perez and Michelle Sardone
This webinar is for legal service providers helping Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients apply for permission to travel abroad using advance parole.
A strong case management system is key to a healthy immigration legal program. A strong case management system helps ensure consistency, uniformity, and a high quality of work. It balances the interests of the client in getting the best and speediest representation with those of the agency in providing services efficiently. Join us for Part II of this series. It will focus on case file organization standards, case notes standards, a filing system, case closing procedures, and a tickler system to ensure important deadlines are not missed.