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 an overview of working with children and families in immigration cases in three informative panels. First, panelists will discuss key forms of legal relief when working with children and families such as asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, Temporary Protected Status, and other humanitarian forms of relief. The second panel will provide an introduction to representing children and families in removal proceedings and before USCIS. Finally, the third panel will cover practical skills key to effective representation, such as interviewing skills when working with children and families. We hope you can join us for the entire training, but if your schedule doesn’t allow for that, join us when you can!
This webinar is a great overview for volunteers or new immigration practitioners interested in representing children and families.
3.0 hours of CLE credit, including 0.25 hours of Ethics, will be requested for the state of Texas.