Dedicated to the progress and advancement of all paralegals.
Location : Community Service Society
Room :Conference Room A1
Date : 12/5/2018 (one day)
Time : 9:30 AM-1:00 PM EDT on Wed
Level : Basic - CEU Credit Available
Workshop Description :
Individuals who are undocumented or approved for DACA have limited government help available to them. Discover available resources they may be entitled to, including health programs, food programs, housing programs. Learn about their U.S. constitutional rights, how employment laws protect them, education rights, and how to use an ITIN. Learn about community-based resources for the undocumented, such as banking, child and adult preventive services, language access, and more. This course will not discuss how an immigrant can naturalize or become legal in the U.S.
Target Audience: Social service and legal professionals who work with undocumented individuals residing in the U.S.
Sign up by 11/21/18 for the Early Bird price $60.00. Regular fee is $75.00.
Director of the Benefits Plus Learning Center.
Facilitating training courses on public benefits for over 25 years, develops training curriculum, provides technical assistance to professionals on public benefit programs, authored the first through fourth edition of Benefits Plus Online, a comprehensive online resource manual on federal, state and local benefit programs and services.