[pdf] Using the Law to Empower Victims (+)

Overview of VAWA, T and U visa immigration options for immigrant victims of domestic vioelnce and sexual assault. Discussion of DHS policies on humanitarian release from detention and 8.20.10 policy not detain and dismiss immigration cases against immigrants with valid cases filed for immigration relief including VAWA, T and U visa applicants.

[pdf] Policies & Practices that Enhance the Legal Rights of Immigrant Domestic Violence Victims (+)

Topics covered: Dynamics of Domestic Violence for Immigrant Victims, Access to services, public benefits, family law, immigration remedies, divorce and custody

[pdf] Violence Against Women Act: Current Protections and Future Possibilities for Immigrant Victims of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence (+)

Sponsored by Peace Over Violence, Los Angeles, CA. Topics Covered: History and purpose of the Violence Against Women Act’s immigration protections, safety planning and deportation, services open to undocumented victims, legal rights of immigrant victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, VAWA confidentiality, how immigrant women will benefit from Comprehensive Immigration Reform and the International Violence Against Women Act.

[pdf] Slides from “Helping Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking Victims: Holding their Abusers Accountable” (+)

These slides were presented by Leslye Orloff in a keynote address entitled “Helping Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking Victims: Holding their Abusers Accountable” at Youngstown State University on March 31, 2016. For additional materials relevant to this training, please visit www.niwap.org/go/Ohio2016.

[pdf] Overview of Federal and State Public Benefits: Access For Immigrant Survivors and Their Children (+)

These slides were presented at a workshop by Leslye E. Orloff and Benish Anver in York, PA on December 8, 2015. This training was offered in partnership with the Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center.

[pdf] Holistic Representation and Advocacy Services for Immigrant Survivors of Sexual and Domestic Violence (+)

A powerpoint presentation from the August 20, 2013 training in Wichita, Kansas sponsored by Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence.

[pdf] Safety Planning for Survivors in Light of DHS’ New Victim Protection Policies (July 11, 2012) (+)

A powerpoint presentation from the July 11, 2012 training in St. Paul, Minnesota entitled “National Call to Action: Institute and Conference” sponsored by the Women of Color Network.

[pdf] Issues, Rights, and Danger Assessment for Immigrant Intimate Partner Violence Survivors (+)

A powerpoint presentation from the September 9-12, 2012 training in San Diego, California entitled The 17th International Conference, sponsored by Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma.

[pdf] Improving Outcomes for Immigrant Survivors Involved in Custody Disputes by Beginning the Process of Applying for VAWA and the U Visa (+)

A powerpoint presentation from the November 5, 2012 custody webinar training entitled Improving Outcomes for Immigrant Survivors Involved in Custody Disputes.

[pdf] Violence Against Women Act: Current Protections and Future Possibilities for Immigrant Victims of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence (+)

Powerpoint presentation from October 13, 2010 training in Los Angeles, California.

[pdf] Immigration Law Protections for Immigrant Victims of Violence Against Women Act: The Intersection with Family Courts and Child Custody (+)

A powerpoint presentation from the March 11, 2011 training in Laguna Beach, CA sponsored by National Women Judges Association.

[pdf] Legal Rights of Immigrant Victims of Family Violence: What You Need to Know Today to Help Victims and Their Children (+)

Powerpoint presentation from the December 7, 2010 training in Washington, D.C.

[pdf] Immigration Relief for Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking Victims (+)

Powerpoint presentation from the December 1, 2010 training in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

[pdf] Policies & Practices that Enhance the Legal Rights of Immigrant Domestic Violence Victims (+)

A powerpoint presentation on immigrant victims’ legal rights from October 14, 2010 training in Long Beach, California