For 50 years, the National Immigration Project has designed innovative legal strategies to defend immigrant rights. We are committed to sharing those strategies and innovations via Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars, webinars, litigation meetings, and panels for attorneys and advocates. This page lists our past trainings with links to purchase for members and non-members.
This 4-day training will benefit immigrant rights advocates who have limited immigration court advocacy experience and want to establish a solid foundation in litigation skills through an intensive training experience with meaningful feedback from...
Monthly NIPNLG Removal Defense Webinar: Hot Topics in SIJS; Advocating for Clients in SIJS Green Card Backlog
This webinar covers the latest in SIJS issues, including what recent AAO decisions tell us about current trends in USCIS adjudications, key highlights of the SIJS final rule, the impact of the latest employment-based fourth preference (EB-4) visa...
During this free webinar, presenters review key provisions the long-awaited final rule on Special Immigrant Juvenile Status and related adjustment of status adjudications that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services issued on March 8, 2022.
During this free webinar, the presenters review the terms of this Settlement Agreement and describe how and until when impacted noncitizens can take advantage of its terms.
This two-day seminar covers hot topics in removal defense and asylum law.
EndSIJSBacklog Coalition Presents: USCIS's New SIJS Policy on Deferred Action and Work Authorization
This webinar, hosted by the EndSIJSBacklog Coalition is intended for legal practitioners who represent SIJS youth and discusses the key components of the new policy and flag as-yet-unanswered questions.
This training discusses the ethical rules that govern preparing a client for immigration court hearings.
This training discusses immigration defense strategies from the criminal defense context.
This two-day training discusses how to best represent clients with convictions in immigration court.
This training discusses removal defense under the new administration.