Northwest Immigrant Rights Project ~
REPRESENTING IMMIGRANT SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE:
U-VISAS AND ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS APPLICATIONS FOR U-VISA RECIPIENTS
Thursday November 14, 2019
12:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
1201 Third Avenue Suite 4900
Seattle, WA 98101
**Lunch not provided** **4 CLE credits pending**
12:30-1:30 Working with Survivors of Domestic Violence
1:30-3:00 The U-Visa Application Process
3:00-4:15 Adjustment of Status for U-Visa Recipients
To register for the above training, please complete the information below and fax to Jordan Wasserman at 206-587-4025 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please register no later than November 11, 2019.
Last Name, First Name
Address: ____________________________________ City____________ State______ Zip_________
Telephone Number: ( )___________________ Fax Number: ( )__________________________
E-Mail Address: _____________________________________________________________________
____ I agree to pay $150 for attending this CLE.
____ My attendance at this CLE is free because I agree to take a pro bono U-Visa or U-Visa Adjustment of Status case from NWIRP within the next 6 months.
Roxana is a staff attorney in the VAWA Unit, where she provides direct representation to immigrant survivors of violence. Prior to joining NWIRP as a legal fellow in the Children and Youth Unit, she was a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Catharine F. Easterly of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. She earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A. from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Rachael coordinates the Adjustment of Status applications for survivors of domestic violence, trafficking, and other crimes in NWIRP's VAWA unit. She earned her BA from Bard College in New York. Prior to joining NWIRP, Rachael worked as an immigration paralegal and volunteered as a labor rights advocate working to recover stolen wages for Spanish-speaking King County residents. She is passionate about immigration law and helping others access their rights.
Maha is a staff attorney with the Violence Against Women Act Unit (VAWA). Prior to joining NWIRP, Maha represented immigrants in a wide range of immigration matters with a focus on working with asylum seekers and clients in removal proceedings in Texas. She earned her J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center. She is licensed to practice in Texas.
Jenny is the Directing Attorney of NWIRP's Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Unit. The VAWA Unit represents immigrant survivors of violence with VAWA Self-Petitions, I-751 Waiver Petitions, U Visas, and T Visas, as well as removal defense. Jenny received her B.A. from the University of Notre Dame and her J.D. from the University of Iowa. She spent five years practicing law at Farmworker Legal Services of Michigan before joining NWIRP in May 2008. Jenny is fluent in Spanish.