This webinar is geared for organizations applying for R&A for the first time under the new rule. It is the first webinar in our two-part series.
On Nov. 6, the administration delivered decisions on Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, for Honduras and Nicaragua. The administration terminated TPS for Nicaragua, with the last day of status being Jan. 5, 2019. A six-month TPS extension was put in place for Honduras (until July 5, 2018) due to the administration’s inability to make a decision for the country by the Nov. 6 deadline. These decisions affect 60,000 TPS holders and their families.
CLINIC attorneys Brad Jenkins and Susan Schreiber will examine when a case disposition constitutes a conviction for immigration law purposes and under what circumstances a client’s statements may constitute an admission triggering inadmissibility.
A midyear overview of state legislative trends. Key topics include best practices local advocates used to defeat negative immigration bills, challenges advocates faced, as well as predictions for the 2018 state legislative session.
Learn more about the ORR-funded Citizenship Navigators and text4refugee projects, open to all refugee resettlement staff in the United States.
Is your immigration legal services program interested in reducing paper or going paperless? Learn from Miguel Naranjo, Director of CLINIC’s Religious Immigration Services (RIS) about how RIS reduced paper and transitioned to an online based program.
This webinar will discuss EOIR practice rules, ethical issues in immigration court practice, and BIA appeals
This webinar will review other forms of relief from removal that may be available to your client, as well as how to prepare an appeal to the BIA.
This webinar will review eligibility for asylum and related relief, completing an application with supporting documents, and special issues in preparing your client to testify in court
This webinar will review eligibility for different categories of cancellation of removal, including cancellation for lawful permanent residents, for certain abused spouses and children, and for certain noncitizens who have resided in the U.S. for over ten years.