Specialized Webinar: Representing LGBTQ+ Immigrant Survivors
Thursday, October 6th, 2022, from 2:00-3:30 pm ET
(1-2:30pm CT/12-1:30pm MT/11am-12:30pm PT)
LGBTQ+ Immigrant survivors navigate multiple and complex barriers to safety and immigration status, including bias and criminalization. During this session practitioners will learn best practices for working with LGBTQ+ immigrants who have experienced domestic violence, intimate partner violence, abuse, and/or trafficking, with special attention to LGBTQ+ trafficking survivors who have or fear being harmed by the criminal legal system. This seminar will help advocates to prepare the best theories of relief for LGBTQ+ immigrant survivors and navigate common inadmissibility issues, communication issues, and other challenges faced by this population while seeking humanitarian relief.
Intended Audience: those who serve immigrant survivors in a professional capacity. Registration is subject to approval.
Note: Approved for 1.50 TX MCLE credit hrs.
Training Cost: Please complete payment to secure your registration.
Once we receive your payment, your registration will be approved. You will receive a confirmation email with a link and instructions to join the webinar after your registration is approved.