This webinar provides attendees with detailed information on the full range of publicly funded benefits and services unaccompanied immigrant youth can access in their states. The webinar also highlights the best practices for accompanying and assisting immigrant survivors applying for benefits such as housing, health care, income support, food stamps, driver’s licenses, education, childcare, unemployment insurance and other benefits. Some publicly funded benefits and services are open to all immigrants without regard to immigration status. Public benefits eligibility varies by state, by form of immigration case, age of the child, youth and the type of benefit the victim is seeking. Additionally, the webinar demonstrates how participants can use NIWAP’s new online benefits map and state-by-state charts. The webinar demonstration focuses on the following states: California, Texas, D.C, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, New York.
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April 18, 2023
- Leslye Orloff, President of the National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project (NIWAP)
- Rafaela Rodriguez, Immigrant Women Law and Policy Fellow, NIWAP
This training has been approved by the State Bar of Texas for 1.50 participatory hour of CLE credit until 03/18/2024. Please fill this form if you are seeking CLE credit for viewing this webinar. CILA will report the CLE credit to the State Bar of Texas. If you are not licensed in Texas but plan to seek credit in your jurisdiction, please indicate your state and CILA can prepare a participation letter for you to submit to your Bar or the DOJ for credit.