Immigration Advocates Network Announces Launch of IAN Community Forum
Wednesday, September 08, 2010
- Organization: Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
Immigration Advocates Network (IAN) has announced that they will be hosting a new forum, the IAN Community Forum.
The online message board will allow IAN members to partake in discussion about a number of immigration law and policy issues with other advocates. When accessing the Community Forum, IAN members will be able to ask questions about issues they are currently involved with or confronting as well as seek feedback from other members who have already dealt with similar issues. The forum provides an exchange of ideas, experiences, advice and stories for all members in the same area and nationwide! Some forum topics will include family-based immigration, immigration and crimes, U visas, deportation and removal, VAWA, naturalization, detention and asylum.
IAN has also partnered with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) on the forum and AILA attorneys moderate each forum topic on a pro bono basis.
To access the Community Forum, log in to the Immigration Advocates Network website at http://www.immigrationadvocates.org and click "Community Forum" at the top of the page. To post a question or raise an issue for discussion simply select the relevant forum, click "new thread," and follow the steps, including whether you would like to subscribe to email notifications when someone has responded to your post.
Are you an advocate who has not yet registered as a member of IAN? Currently, you must work as an advocate, organizer or service provider at a nonprofit organization or be a member of specific immigrants' rights organizations in order to be eligible for membership and access the password protected areas of the website. If you meet these requirements and would like to register, click here: http://www.immigrationadvocates.org/register/
If you have questions, contact IAN by emailing the support team at email@example.com.
Source: Immigration Advocates Network