One of the secrets to running a successful immigration legal services program is prioritizing efficiency and organization. This allows your program to keep up with unexpected challenges, while helping as […]
This six-week training will explore the process of gaining permanent residence through a family relationship. We will explain which individuals are eligible based on family relationships and how each step […]
Join The Alliance's 5th Annual Refugee Mental Health and Wellness Conference. The conference brings together refugee leaders, social service providers, mental health clinicians, students, and refugee advocates from across the world. […]
The ABA Commission on Immigration and ABA Children’s Immigration Law Academy are co-hosting a half-day training designed to educate pro bono attorneys and new immigration practitioners. This complimentary training provides […]
On March 7, USCIS announced a new policy creating eligibility for deferred action and employment authorization for young people with Special Immigrant Juvenile Status who are stuck in the SIJS "visa backlog." […]
The Collaborative plays a critical convening, coordinating, and communication role in the legal services community. Through our work, more immigrants are receiving low-cost, high-quality legal services for immigration issues in Houston. Our work has become even more urgent in 2019, as the policy environment in which we work becomes increasingly hostile to immigrants. We have seen a dramatic increase in the demand for immigration legal services and education & outreach efforts in Houston’s diverse immigrant communities.