Webinars

The ILRC offers webinars on a wide range of topics in immigration law for attorneys, nonprofit staff and other immigration legal services providers.  Webinars allow you to join our trainings from the convenience of your own office via telephone and internet access. For all of our webinars, one paid registration per individual participant is required.

Can’t make it to our live webinar? You can still get expert immigration information by purchasing a recorded version of our webinars.

The Immigrant Legal Resource Center is a State Bar of California-approved MCLE provider. As a participant in our webinars, you will receive a California MCLE certificate. We also provide a Uniform Certificate of Attendance for non-California attorneys. Please check with your state bar to see if our trainings qualify for CLE in your state.

For any questions, e-mail seminars@ilrc.org or call 415-255-9499 x783.

For those already familiar with family basics, this webinar will focus on the adjustment of status process for individuals pursuing permanent resident status through a family petition here in the United States. This webinar will explore establishing eligibility through 245(i) and advance parole.

09/17/2015
Webinar

This engaging webinar will cover the basic requirements for naturalization. It is an introductory webinar designed for people entering the field of naturalization and those who need a basic review.

09/24/2015
Webinar

Register for all three webinars at a discounted fee
• Naturalization Basics (09/24/15)
• Advanced Citizenship Issues for Children (10/01/15)
• Understanding FOIA and Other Requests (12/03/15)
 

 

 

09/24/2015
Webinar

This webinar will provide an introduction to seeking SIJS findings in child custody proceedings in family court, with a focus on California law. It will also cover frequently asked questions regarding jurisdiction, service abroad, and procedural issues.

09/29/2015
Webinar

Register for all three webinars at a discounted fee:
• Pursuing One-Parent Special Immigrant Juvenile Findings in Family Court (09/29/15)
• Gang-Based Asylum Claims (11/03/15)
• T Visas for Undocumented Youth (12/01/15)

09/29/2015
Webinar

During this advanced webinar, we will review some of the more complicated issues that arise when handling acquisition and derivation of citizenship, as well as INA § 322 citizenship for children.

10/01/2015
Webinar

Join co-authors of The U Visa, Jessica Farb, Sally Kinoshita, and Catherine Seitz, for the latest information on U nonimmigrant adjustment of status, petitioning family members of U nonimmigrants through the I-929 petition process, travel and consular processing, and parole options.

10/07/2015
Webinar

Register for both webinars at a discounted fee.
• U Visa Adjustment and Travel (10/07/15)
• Parole in Immigration Law (11/19/15)

10/07/2015
Webinar

This webinar will review the waivers in immigration law that requires the applicant to prove hardship. We will cover hardship waivers for inadmissibility for fraud or misrepresentations, certain criminal offenses, unlawful presence, and the hardship waiver to remove conditions on residence.

10/20/2015
Webinar

Register for both webinars at a discounted fee:
• Hardship in Waivers (10/20/15)
• Waivers for Unlawful Presence: the I-601 and I-601A Provisional Waiver (10/27/15)

10/20/2015
Webinar

This webinar will discuss current practice for filing waivers for clients with unlawful presence. This webinar will provide an overview of the grounds of inadmissibility for unlawful presence and the available waivers.

10/27/2015
Webinar

This webinar is an advanced training for practitioners familiar with the basics of asylum law. Attorney presenters will discuss strategies and challenges of building a case for asylum in gang-based claims

11/03/2015
Webinar

Immigration law imposes its harshest consequences on noncitizens who have a conviction, or even evidence of conduct relating to, a drug crime. This is an especially fast-changing area of crim/imm, and new defenses are emerging each year. In this interactive webinar, we will present a comprehensive overview of the potential consequences and an explanation of established and potential defenses in this area.

11/10/2015
Webinar

This webinar will explain the requirements for applying for an AB 60 license as well as the potential risks of applying for certain people with prior immigration or criminal violations, or who have used false information to apply for a license in the past. 

11/12/2015
Webinar

This webinar will review the role of parole in immigration law, including its possible benefits. We will cover three main types of parole:  advance parole, particularly in the context of TPS and DACA; humanitarian parole, especially with regards to its emerging use for children of U and VAWA derivatives and the new in-country refugee/parole program for certain minors, and parole in place.

11/19/2015
Webinar

This webinar will provide an overview of the law and procedure that governs T nonimmigrant status, with a special focus on common claims for immigrant youth.

12/01/2015
Webinar

This webinar will cover the different types of background checks available for you and your client, including FOIA, FBI, state, and court-specific records requests.

12/03/2015
Webinar