Tuesday, August 12, 2014

CLINIC's Toolkit for Working with Unaccompanied Children

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CLINIC's Toolkit for Working with Unaccompanied Children  now available on its website. The toolkit contains helpful background information on the factors pushing children to flee their home countries and how they are treated under U.S. immigration law. Materials include news and updates from CLINIC, links to legal authority and agency memoranda impacting unaccompanied children, practice advisories, and articles on representing children in removal proceedings and common forms of relief.

Current resources include:

Rules, Laws and Remedies for Unaccompanied Immigrant Children (Debbie Smith, CLINIC)

Webinar: Children Traveling Alone: The Catholic Church's Response

Rapid E-Learning: Overview of Representing Children in Removal Proceedings

10 Ways to Welcome the Children at Our Border

Frequently Asked Questions about the Unaccompanied Children Crisis

Congressional Briefing: Changing the TVPRA of 2008

Consequences for Unaccompanied Children (CLINIC, July 2014)

KJ

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