U Visa: How to Assist Immigrants Who Have Been Victims of Crimes

Tuesday September 19
2017

  • By: Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project
  • Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Time Zone: Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • CLE Credit
  • Location:
    LA Law Library
    301 West First Street
    Los Angeles, CA

Attorneys in Los Angeles can play a big role in helping immigrants who have been victims of serious and often violent crimes gain lawful status in the U.S., by utilizing the U Nonimmigrant Status (U visa) program. This training will teach you how to apply for a U visa on behalf of victims and their families, including those who are facing deportation proceedings and urgently need assistance.

Topics:

  • Background on U Nonimmigrant Status, including its requirements and benefits
  • Overview of the necessary forms and supporting evidence
  • How to obtain police reports and law enforcement certification (I-918, Supplement B)
  • Practice advice and tips from experienced practitioners

Registration:
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