During this first webinar, we will focus on the basics of asylum.
In this webinar series, we will examine multiple issues critical to the eligibility of children to immigrate, including establishing the parent-child relationship for children born out of wedlock, preserving child status through the Child Status Protection Act and qualifying as a derivative beneficiary.
This four-part webinar series provided an in-depth examination of some of the most common grounds of inadmissibility. We discussed fraud and false claims to citizenship, smuggling, unlawful presence and other immigration violations, crimes, health-based grounds, public charge and national security.
Asylum seekers are facing unprecedented hurdles to presenting their claims in the United States. This training will begin with an update from Luis Guerra who has been working with asylum seekers in Tijuana with Al Otro Lado. We will then discuss efforts the administration has made to restrict access to asylum as well as litigation challenging these restrictions.
This webinar series helped advocates understand the scope and impact of the new NTA guidance, and discussed how to provide effective counseling to clients about what it means in their individual cases.
Join CLINIC for a presentation on how to successfully navigate the recognition renewal process. We’ll discuss how the requirements for recognition have changed; how you can document your eligibility for the renewal application; and how to comply with the new requirements for reporting, record keeping and posting.
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.