This is the second webinar in the three-part webinar series: Navigating Refugee and Asylee Issues. Special rules govern the adjustment of status to permanent residence for refugees and asylees. This webinar will focus on the eligibility requirements and procedures for adjustment of status for both principals and derivatives, including a look at special exemptions and […]
This is the second webinar in the four-part webinar series: Overview of Removal Proceedings and Orders of Removal. This webinar will include the anatomy of a removal proceeding, including when proceedings may be initiated and the different types of immigration court hearings, including master and individual hearings. Presenters will also review the rights and responsibilities […]
As an immigration legal practitioner, you may be faced with various ethical issues. How well you address these issues will depend on your knowledge of the rules and how they must be applied. This webinar highlights where to find the ethics rules for immigration practitioners and what they cover, as well as a discussion of […]
This is the last webinar in the three-part webinar series: Navigating Refugee and Asylee Issues. In this webinar presenters will discuss issues that are unique to refugees and asylees in the naturalization process. The session will also cover when and how asylum and refugee termination issues arise and strategies to represent your client when U.S. […]
This is the third webinar in the four-part webinar series: Overview of Removal Proceedings and Orders of Removal. This webinar will cover the forms of relief available to respondents in removal proceedings such as asylum, cancellation of removal and adjustment of status. Presenters will discuss the key issues to screen for to identify possible eligibility […]
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.