Public Charge Safe to Use List
Immigrant Legal Resource Center (May 24, 2021)
This handout lists some of the most common public benefits programs that do not count for public charge and are safe to use, regardless of one’s immigration status.
This practice advisory answers frequently asked questions on addressing disclosure of juvenile adjudications and dissemination of court records for individuals interested in applying for DACA, and also includes a sample DACA request packet.
This document created by the American Immigration Lawyers Association summarizes and lists the details of the recent changes that were made to the USCIS Policy Manual for working with Asylees and Refugees. (Document access requires an AILA account).
This webinar is intended to offer guidance to attorneys that work on behalf of child welfare agencies or the state. The webinar discusses ways to support immigrant youth in foster care.
This webinar explores the strengths and challenges that LGBTQIA children encounter when they seek protection in the United States. The panel of experts that participated in the webinar discuss how they have worked with this population and offer recommendations for improving the immigration system so that it can better support immigrant LGBTQIA youth.
This practice alert provides guidance on the “Johnson Memo” which includes enforcement actions, custody decisions, and final orders for removal. The authors note that this memo does not take into consideration the 100-day moratorium proposed by the previously released Pekoske Memo.
This informative booklet presents trauma-informed approaches and trauma-specific treatment services as preferable models to manage Latino populations’ culturally specific experiences to increase engagement and improve treatment outcomes.
In this podcast, Elaine Weisman of the ISS-USA discusses topics relating to cross-border cases, including resources for caseworkers seeking to reunify families separated at the border and how current laws and policies can impact agencies working across borders.
This guide provides an exhaustive list of over 50 strategies for educators in schools and early childhood programs to establish responsive environments for immigrant children and their families. Each strategy covers why it is important, how to get started, recommended resources and videos, and examples from the field.