During this first webinar, we will focus on the basics of asylum.
To find out more about how the new guidance affects your clients and your practice, join CLINIC attorneys Michelle Mendez, Rebecca Scholtz and Susan Schreiber for this webinar on the current status of the NTA guidance.
Dec. 5, 2018 | 2 p.m. EST | FREE
Some of the best immigration legal services programs have been serving our communities for decades. All of those years of service means hundreds, if not thousands of case files are sitting in our offices before they can be properly archived or destroyed. You have the chance to reduce the clutter and associated costs, while increasing your organization’s efficiency and productivity. Let’s talk about going paperless!
Sponsored by CLINIC and the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project, this webinar will explain the terms of the settlement agreement, who can benefit from this agreement and how class members can opt in.
Is your organization looking for ways to increase attendance at your naturalization workshops and help more members of your community complete their citizenship applications? Then this is the training for you!
Join us for a four-part webinar series on representing refugees and asylees in these challenging times. We will present an overview of the refugee resettlement and asylum process, family reunification, adjustment of status, naturalization, termination and travel.
One of the keys to successfully assisting asylum seekers is laying a great foundation for your case. This webinar will discuss how to interview your client, gather evidence, prepare the asylum application (Form I-589) and declaration, as well as prepare a well-argued brief.
This webinar will discuss tips in representing Central American asylum seekers, as well as recent legal and policy developments that could impact their cases.
What happens if your client missed the deadline to file for asylum? In this webinar, we will delve into the one-year filing deadline and its exceptions, including ways to formulate arguments for those exceptions.
This webinar will review the content of the I-751 and instructions, including the guidance that is lacking, and provide practice tips for how to complete the I-751 based on the circumstances of your client’s case.