* Please note: Consultations are by appointment only by phone or Zoom during the pandemic. Call (713) 595-4100 for assistance. A Charla is a free information session explaining immigration laws with an opportunity to speak with an attorney or accredited representative. Charlas are offered in English and Spanish. You MUST register before attending by calling (713) […]
U.S. immigration law provides for waivers of inadmissibility for certain types of criminal convictions. However, the law regarding who qualifies for such waivers is complex and the preparation of such cases can be challenging. This webinar will specifically focus on waivers available under sections 212(h) and 209(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act. Presenters will […]
Register online or email us for Zoom link. Learn about the process and benefits of becoming a U.S. citizen and receive help filling out the citizenship application. Sessions are held from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. every 2nd Friday of each month online. For required documents, visit ccchouston.org/citizenship. For more information, contact Tina Huang at Thuang@ccchouston.org or (713) 271-6100, ext. 122
On July 1, 2022, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS, issued a Policy Memorandum rescinding its designation of Matter of Z-R-Z-C- as an Adopted Decision. What does this mean for Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, beneficiaries who are seeking authorization to travel abroad or who have traveled abroad in the past with advance parole? Join […]
* Tenga en cuenta: Consultas son con cita solamente por teléfono o Zoom durante la pandemia. Llame al (713) 595-4100 para asistencia. Charlas son sesiones de información gratis explicando leyes de inmigración. Después de la charla pueden tener una consulta gratis con un abogado de inmigración o un representante acreditado. Charlas se ofrecen en inglés […]
Please join BakerRipley's Immigration and Citizenship Program for their upcoming DACA Renewal Workshop. Please come prepared by bringing the following documents: Work Permit Social Security Card Driver's License Approval Notice (if available) Criminal Records (if applicable) $495 Application Fee (Money Order to: U.S. Department of Homeland Security) * Pre-Registration is required. Please use the following […]
The first six weeks on a university/college campus are known as The Red Zone, when first-year students are at the highest risk of encountering sexual violence. Join Rachna Khare, Executive Director of Daya for a fruitful 90-minute conversation on supporting survivors of domestic and sexual violence. For more information and to register...
Attend this information session to learn more about Chinese Community Center's 8 – 10 week morning and afternoon English program. ESL Orientation is offered every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 2 – 3 pm in Room 266. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at (713) 271-6100, ext. 100 ccchouston.org/esl
Are you looking for ideas on how to be more effective in cultivating relationships and working with pro bono volunteers? CLINIC, Immigration Advocates Network and Ready to Stay would like to welcome you to a webinar about exploring different pro bono models, developing partnerships, securing resources, using technology to support your project, and sharing tips […]
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.