Apr 11, 2019: College Park, MD “Serving Victims of Special Populations”

This panel was presented at the 2019 Maryland Crime Victims’ Rights Conference and provided participants with better practices to provide services to assist and serve underserved victims of crime. The panel covered various topics that include victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, child abuse, and non-English speaking victims. We have included materials from several of the presenters here.  This web page concludes with a list of links to materials important to work with immigrant survivors from NIWAP.

NIWAP Materials
Immigration Relief for Crime Victims and Children
Know Your Rights Information
Forms of Immigration Relief
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, Child Abuse & Protective Battered Immigrant Parents
U and T Visa Certification
VAWA Confidentiality
VAWA Self-Petition
Human Trafficking
Language Access
Family Law Cases: Special Issues for Immigrant Crime Victims and Children
Student Visa Holders
Protection Orders
Public Benefits Access of Immigrant Victims
Maryland Children’s Alliance
Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault

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