Between stigma, misrepresentation, underrepresentation, and issues with access, the idea of signing up to see a mental health professional can be incredibly difficult and daunting. This is further impacted when you look at structural racism and how it shows up in the mental health space. Not just as part of an individual’s therapy session but […]Find out more »
On the anniversary of the Biden administration taking office, join the Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights and our partners at the border as we discuss new threats to children’s safety at the border. After four years of constant attacks on the rights of immigrant children and families, the Biden administration started its campaign and […]Find out more »
You are invited to join experts from the National Immigration Litigation Alliance (NILA) as they fill us in on the most recent case law impacting your children's immigration cases. NILA will be discussing the most up-to-date cases from the federal courts and the BIA, what they mean for your clients, how to use or distinguish […]Find out more »
The Joseph A. Vail Asylum Workshop: Updates on the Biden Administration’s Approach to Immigration and More!
This workshop will have many speakers drawn from local American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) colleagues and will also include the Hon. Paul Wickham Schmidt (former BIA Chairman) and former IJ Hon. Jeffrey Chase. Texas MCLE Pending See the draft schedule of panels and speakers For more information and to register...Find out more »
Is your nonprofit organization interested in representing clients before the immigration court using non-attorneys who have DOJ full accreditation? If so, please join CLINIC staff for this informative webinar on how you can expand access to removal defense representation in your community by obtaining DOJ full accreditation for your partial accredited staff. We will discuss the […]Find out more »
This is the first webinar in the three-part series, "Overview of Immigration Consequences of Crimes." In this webinar we will review best practices for evaluating your client’s criminal history, including effective interviewing and how to obtain and read criminal records and state criminal statutes. We will also examine the scope of crime-based inadmissibility and deportability, […]Find out more »
Every day, the number of immigrants in need of quality, affordable legal assistance increases. Often, nonprofits are the only place in the community they can turn. Is your program up to the challenge? Over three weeks, this introductory virtual training will cover the basic components needed to run an effective immigration legal services program. Participants […]Find out more »
This is the second webinar in the three-part series, “Overview of Immigration Consequences of Crimes.” This webinar will examine what case dispositions qualify as convictions and when a challenge to the conviction will be recognized for immigration law purposes. We will also review when admissions to criminal conduct or the conduct alone without an admission […]Find out more »
How Do You Know if a Crime Triggers Inadmissibility, Deportability or a Relief-Specific Bar to Eligibility?
This is the last webinar in the three-part series, “Overview of Immigration Consequences of Crimes.” In webinar three, we will review the case law surrounding crimes involving moral turpitude and aggravated felonies as well as the categorical approach used to analyze these specific grounds of removability. We will also discuss relief-specific bars to eligibility for […]Find out more »
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 of the process works. Throughout the course, participants will review both the law and procedure for immigrating through a family relationship, including examination and critique […]Find out more »