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Join NIJC's Julian Lazalde and Jesse Franzblau to hear more about how local communities are working to make local communities and states more welcoming for everyone.
A training for pro bono attorneys on assisting immigrant victims of domestic violence who are eligible to file for a VAWA self-petition.
NIJC and our community continue to protect asylum by representing thousands of immigrants, You can join us. In this presentation, we will get you up to speed on what is happening now with asylum.
NIJC preparea pro bono attorneys to represent immigrant survivors of domestic violence and other qualifying crimes who are eligible to petition for a U Visa.
NIJC presents this virtual training that prepares pro bono attorneys in Indiana to enable immigrant children to secure protection in the form of Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJ).
NIJC’s policy experts present a rundown of changes to immigration policies in the initial weeks of the Biden-Harris Administration and the vision we are pursuing for the future of immigration law and
This virtual training by experts at NIJC prepares pro bono attorneys to assist immigrant survivors of domestic violence who are eligible to petition for protection under VAWA.
Join NIJC’s policy and litigation experts to discuss the harmful ways in which U.S. criminal and immigration systems intersect and what we must do to sever this relationship.
At NIJC, on International Human Rights Day, we gather to hear the stories of NIJC clients across the years and close this year by celebrating our solidarity and commitment to justice.
NIJC's policy experts and legal staff discuss what election results mean for immigration law and policy and the impact it could have on our communities.
These slides accompany the first part of a two-part virtual, pro bono asylum training led by experts from the National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC).
These slides accompany the second part of a two-part virtual, pro bono asylum training led by experts from the National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC).
NIJC attorneys provide best practices for working with asylum seekers and developing supporting evidence in order to prepare and present strong asylum claims.
This is the first part of a two-part virtual, pro bono asylum training led by experts from the National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC).
As we approach 2021, NIJC reviews the state of asylum today and how NIJC and pro bono attorneys continue to advocate for and defend the timeless right to seek asylum.
In NIJC's Justice & Java series, asylum experts and pro bono attorneys from Jones Day and McDermott Will & Emery share their experiences and practice tips for navigating the current asylum system.
NIJC leads a discussion about the Trump administration's proposed new rules that would eviscerate what is left of the asylum system. Take action but submitting a comment to the proposed rules.
During this Asylum Training for Pro Bono attorneys, NIJC experts provide details on how to present and prepare an asylum case and will include a focus on representing LGBT identifying asylum seekers.
Part 1 of a 2 of this asylum training for pro bono attorneys, NIJC experts provide participants with an intensive introduction to asylum law.
Experts from NIJC discuss how the Trump administration has used COVID-19 as an excuse to shut down immigration and harm immigrants.