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  • Legal staff from NIJC will explain what are your rights, discuss safety-planning and answer immigration-related questions from community members.      
  • Alderman Joe Moore of the 49th Ward hosts this Know Your Rights event. Legal staff from NIJC will explain what are your rights, discuss safety-planning and answer immigration-related questions from community members. Childcare will be provided. 
  • Legal staff from NIJC will explain what are your rights, discuss safety-planning and answer immigration-related questions from community members.  
  • During this free legal clinic, private attorneys from Chicago's top law firms will join with the National Immigrant Justice Center to complete and file applications for qualified individuals to RENEW their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Registration must be completed by Monday, March 13, 2017. Register for this clinic. Durante este taller legal gratis, abogados de las mejores firmas en Chicago apoyarán a El Centro Nacional de Justicia para Inmigrantes (NIJC) a confirmar su elegibilidad, completar y presentar su solicitud para renovar acción diferida para jovenes (DACA) así como su solicitud para autorización de empleo. Complete su registro antes del lunes, 13 de marzo, 2017. Registre para este taller.
  • March 30, 2017
      The National Immigrant Justice Center and the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events present a screening of the documentary, The Deportation of Innocence, followed by a discussion with a panel of experts. This is a free event. PLEASE RSVP TO RESERVE A SEAT. About The Deportation of Innocence Directed by Francisco Alarcon, The Deportation of Innocence (2016) explores what happens to children when their parents are deported from the United States. Filmed for nearly three years, the documentary follows four children as their parents undergo deportation. Meet the panelDiana Tafur, Supervising Attorney, NIJC’s Asylum Project. Diana will provide a broad context on the challenges facing immigrant children and mixed-status families.Seemi Choudry, Director of the Mayor's Office of New Americans. Seemi will discuss the steps being taken by the Mayor’s Office to protect the immigrant community amid recent enforcement threats.Tracy Navarro, Educator, Chicago Public Schools. Tracy will address the impact of deportations on students and families in Chicago.
  • Legal staff from NIJC will explain what are your rights, discuss safety-planning and answer immigration-related questions from community members.  
  • Legal staff from NIJC will explain what are your rights, discuss safety-planning and answer immigration-related questions from community members.    
  • April 14, 2017
    Join NIJC's Detention Project's Supervising Attorney and Coordinator, Hena Mansori and Andrea Ochoa, to discuss best practices when working with detained immigrants. Please register for the webinar using this link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/869158822418690305
  • Legal staff from NIJC will explain what are your rights, discuss safety-planning and answer immigration-related questions from community members. 
  • During this free legal clinic, private attorneys from Chicago's top law firms will join with the National Immigrant Justice Center to complete and file applications for qualified individuals to RENEW their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Registration must be completed by Thursday, April 13, 2017. Register for this clinic. Durante este taller legal gratis, abogados de las mejores firmas en Chicago apoyarán a El Centro Nacional de Justicia para Inmigrantes (NIJC) a confirmar su elegibilidad, completar y presentar su solicitud para renovar acción diferida para jovenes (DACA) así como su solicitud para autorización de empleo. Complete su registro antes del jueves, 13 de abril, 2017. Regístrese para este taller.