The eight webinars in this series track the entire experience of representing an individual in immigration court.
What does it mean to assist another person to enter the U.S. unlawfully? And when does this assistance trigger inadmissibility? Deportability? A bar to good moral character? Exposure to criminal charges? Because smuggling may trigger a wide range of consequences, it's critical for practitioners to understand what acts constitute smuggling and how to screen for this issue.
Join Liza Zamd, a Senior Trial Attorney from the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, on June 14th from 2-4PM as we discuss immigrant protections against citizenship status and national origin discrimination in the employment context.
Join CLINIC Attorneys Charles Wheeler and Kristina Karpinski as they discuss the requirements for acquiring citizenship at birth abroad and deriving citizenship from a citizen parent.
This second webinar in our two-part series is geared for organizations that are already recognized and have accredited staff. We will discuss how to renew agency recognition and staff accreditation, including how to complete the application forms EOIR-31 and EOIR-31A and what evidence to include. Renewal of agency recognition is a new requirement that took effect on January 18, 2017.
In the first webinar, we will review the new eligibility requirements for R&A, review the application forms EOIR-31 and EOIR-31A, and discuss the kinds of evidence and other information required to demonstrate eligibility. This webinar is geared for organizations applying for R&A for the first timeunder the new rule. It is the first webinar in our two-part series.
Are you interested in learning how your local government can help you in your efforts to promote and encourage immigrant integration in your community? What resources and support can local government offer to your organization, and how can they assist your program in advancing its goals?
This webinar will include an analysis and discussion of the three executive orders issued on Jan. 25 and 27 and how they affect immigrants, refugees and the programs that serve them. Learn about how CLINIC and Catholic partners are responding and what your program can do. Share your concerns and ideas on how we can prepare our immigrant community for what’s ahead.
In the past several months, increasing numbers of Haitians are arriving into the United States. What immigration benefits are they eligible for, if any? How can resettlement staff and legal service programs best serve these clients? Join Kristina Karpinski, CLINIC Senior Attorney, and Randy McGrorty and Georges Francis, Attorneys from Catholic Legal Services, Archdiocese of Miami, as they outline the options, explore key terminology, and cover strategies for providing these new arrivals with high quality services.