During this first webinar, we will focus on the basics of asylum.
Join the presenters to learn about the ABCs of COV motions, lessons learned from CLINIC’s assistance on pro se COVs for formerly separated families and ethical considerations and strategies for pro se COV assistance to the immigrant community.
This webinar will cover effective strategies for presenting a motion to reopen on behalf of a client who has already been removed or deported from the United States. The presenters will also discuss strategies for navigating the return process for clients who are successful on their motion to reopen.
In this webinar series, we examined 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.
The presenters will review how to challenge unreasonable delays and denials of immigration benefits.
This four-part webinar series will present information on both the theory and practice of developing successful waiver applications. Participants will learn what the legal standards of extreme hardship are, how to create a theory of the case, how to marshal the facts and what kinds of supporting documentation to submit.
This interactive training will provide practical tools for how to understand and work with survivors of trauma while taking care of ourselves in the process.
This webinar will cover how arrest reports can impact immigration adjudications and how advocates can challenge the consideration of arrest reports.
Join us for a four-part webinar series on asylum law and procedures. The trainers will present an overview of asylum law, including withholding of removal and Convention Against Torture protection, and bars to such relief.
This four-week webinar series will guide advocates through the steps to take to analyze a client’s criminal record, recognize the potential effect a record may have on the client’s case and determine how to appropriately counsel a client facing the immigration consequences of a criminal offense.