During this first webinar, we will focus on the basics of asylum.
This two-part webinar series reveals the wealth of data immigration legal programs collect about services and client outcomes, and how the data can be easily turned into compelling stories to gain more stakeholder support and funding. Many examples of data collection and storytelling are shared, including samples from CLINIC affiliates.
Using real-life scenarios that programs in our network have faced, we will pinpoint challenges, offer solutions and share best practices on how to tackle these issues head on so services can continue without interruption.
In this webinar you will learn how to set up and manage an immigration legal services sub-office. We will share best practices, and demonstrate how having strong case management systems are key to running a professional and effective program.
Is your program interested in conducting a “mega” group naturalization application workshop? This webinar provides an overview of the unique differences of planning and implementing a large-scale, group application workshop for more than 150 applicants.
This training will explore new ideas and methods for accomplishing these goals and making your naturalization program stronger.
Join us for a two-part webinar series on establishing strong ethics and avoiding malpractice. Together, these trainings will help you understand what rules you need to follow and what steps you need to take to implement them.
This webinar series will help advocates understand the scope and impact of the new NTA guidance, and discuss how to provide effective counseling to clients about what it means in their individual cases.
This webinar will cover the laws and process governing denaturalization, discuss the types of cases in which the government has pursued denaturalization in the past, and offer tips for practitioners representing clients pursuing naturalization.
This four-part webinar series provides an in-depth examination of some of the most common grounds of inadmissibility. We will discuss fraud and false claims to citizenship, smuggling, unlawful presence and other immigration violations, crimes, health-based grounds, public charge and national security.