Domestic Violence and Immigration: Part I and II Free Training in San Francisco, CA
Please complete this form by April 14 to register for this training on April 24, 2019.
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Sponsored by the Immigrant Legal Resource Center
The ILRC invites domestic violence service providers, education and outreach groups, immigration legal services providers and immigrant advocates to a training to learn about immigration options for immigrant survivors of domestic violence. We have two sessions: Part I in the morning and Part II in the afternoon. You are welcome to register for one or both. These trainings are free for California nonprofit organizations.

Part I - Morning
April 24, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Registration begins at 8:30am

MCLE: 2.5 Hours

Part II - Afternoon
April 24, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Registration begins at 12:45pm.

MCLE: 2.5 Hours

Registration Deadline: April 14 2019

State Bar of California
180 Howard Street
Conference Room 4A-C
San Francisco, CA 90012

*The Immigrant Legal Resource Center is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. We will provide a Uniform Certificate of Attendance to non-California licensed attorneys.

Presented by Sally Kinoshita and Veronica Garcia, Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Part I - Morning (9:00am - 12:00pm) is designed for domestic violence service providers, education and outreach groups, and newer immigration services providers and will help you:
• better understand our immigration system and how the current political environment impacts immigrant DV survivors
• have greater capacity to recognize possible immigration options for DV survivors and refer clients to appropriate legal services
• be more equipped to work in collaboration with domestic services providers and immigration legal services providers to support clients who are filing immigration applications

Part II - Afternoon (1:00pm - 4:00pm) is designed for domestic violence service providers and education and outreach groups who want to know more details about immigration options, and immigration services providers who are new to these humanitarian relief options and will help you:
• have an overview understanding of the eligibility requirements and processes for immigrant DV survivors to access an immigrant benefit
• be better able to screen for eligibility for immigration options available to immigrant DV survivors
• be more able to compare the various available immigration options and talk to clients about the risks and benefits of them

This training is FREE for California nonprofit organizations who are domestic service providers, education and outreach groups, immigration legal services providers, and immigrant advocates.

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