CLE: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
- 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
- Eastern Time (US & Canada)
- By: The Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project, Brooklyn Defender Services - Immigration Unit
Brooklyn Defender Services
- Source: New York
- Bar Association
- Continuing Legal Education Program (CLE)
- Pro Bono Program/Legal Services Organization
Presented by: Sarah Nolan, Staff Attorney, Brooklyn Defender Services
Program Overview: Under President Obama's new immigration policy, thousands of young immigrants under age 31 who arrived in the U.S. as children can apply for "deferred action", which provides protection from deportation and permission to work legally. This will be life-changing for these young New Yorkers and we need skilled attorneys to help them apply.
Training topics will include:
- Eligibility requirements
- Risks and benefits of applying for DACA
- Completing application forms and submitting supporting documents
- Fees and fee exemptions
- Clinic intake and exit procedures
To register, email contact information (name, address, and phone number) to Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax the attached form to (718) 624-3926.
Your Commitment: This course is offered FREE in exchange for your commitment to volunteer for a minimum of two three-hour clinic sessions sponsored by the presenting organizations. Clinics will be held in Brooklyn. Experienced attorneys receive additional MCLE credit for every 6 hours of eligible pro bono service.
- CLE Credit Comments: 1.5 Professional Practice Credits. Experienced attorneys receive additional MCLE credit for every 6 hours of eligible pro bono service.
Kate EvanciewThe Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project718-624-3894
- Website: www.brooklynvlp.org
- Attachment(s): REGISTRATION FORM - DACA Oct 28.pdf