This webinar will cover recent trends in U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services adjudication of SIJS petitions, as well as current federal court litigation related to SIJS. The presenters will also discuss strategies for navigating removal proceedings for clients who are seeking SIJS and the visa backlog’s impact on vulnerable youth clients who have approved SIJS petitions but are awaiting visa availability
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.
CLINIC is hosting an affiliate-only webinar on April 3, 2019 from 2:00 to 3:00 pm (Eastern) to aid its network in learning the value of LawLogix’s EDGE case management system for immigration legal representation.
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 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.
Join us in opposing the Department of Homeland Security’s proposed rule on public charge! It will drastically alter the definition of what it means for immigrants to “likely become a public charge,” which could prevent many hard-working people from obtaining lawful permanent resident, or “green card,” status.
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.