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Summary of Immigrant Ineligibility for Federal Public Benefits

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Summary of Immigrant Ineligibility for Federal Public Benefits

CLINIC (November 24, 2020)

This toolkit provides an overview of financial ineligibility for public benefits, ineligibility for federal public benefits based on immigration status, and eligibility for section 8 housing choice voucher program, section 8 housing project-based rental assistance, or public housing.

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Affordable Housing and Public Charge Toolkit

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Affordable Housing and Public Charge Toolkit 

Protecting Immigrant Families (November, 2020) 

This toolkit, developed in partnership with the Protecting Immigrant Families (PIF) state policy subcommittee, is geared toward immigration attorneys seeking to counsel clients who may be concerned about the impact their participation in affordable housing programs will have on their applications for permanent residency. 

Updated Practice Alert: Temporary Changes to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in Response to COVID-19

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Updated Practice Alert: Temporary Changes to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in Response to COVID-19

Peggy Gleason & Ariel Brown, Immigrant Legal Resource Center (September 23, 2020)

This brief provides an updated version of USCIS services offered during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Reimagining Children’s Immigration Proceedings: A Roadmap for an Entirely New System Centered around Children

By | Child Well-Being, Deportation, Family Separation, Immigrant Youth, Immigration Enforcement, Legal Professionals, Unaccompanied Minors

Reimagining Children’s Immigration Proceedings: A Roadmap for an Entirely New System Centered around Children

Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights (October 2020)

This report, developed by experts in various fields, details a new framework for the federal government to use for providing aid to separated or unaccompanied minors that request to reside permanently in the United States. 

Practice Advisory on Filing DACA Applications

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Practice Advisory on Filing DACA Applications

CLINIC (August 24, 2020)

CLINIC has updated its DACA advisory to reflect memos and changes from the Department of Homeland Security as well as the United State Citizenship and Immigration Services. These changes include USCIS’ rejection of renewal requests that are more than 150 days from current expiration of status and that a travel document may be considered.

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Helping Immigrant Clients with Post-Conviction Legal Options: A Guide for Legal Services Providers

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Helping Immigrant Clients with Post-Conviction Legal Options: A Guide for Legal Services Providers

Immigrant Legal Resource Center (June 14, 2019)

This guide, created by the ILRC and Californians for Safety and Justice, is an effort to turn these “rare cases” into the rule, rather than the exception, by helping to build the capacity of legal service providers and pro bono attorneys to provide post-conviction relief to immigrants who would face certain deportation without it.

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