*Special Immigrant Juvenile Status — National Judicial Network Webinar – New Regulations, Policies, and Court Rulings: The Impact on State Courts Issuing Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) Orders (October 4, 2022)

SIJS Webinar PowerPoint Presentation


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Demographics Information

Forms of Immigration Relief

Immigration Relief for Crime Victims and Children

Know Your Rights Information and Bench Cards

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, Child Abuse & Protective Battered Immigrant Parents
Training Materials

Full SIJS Bench Book Training Manual

SIJS Bench Book Table of Contents

DHS and LSC Publications

SIJS Training Materials

Administrative Office of Appeals Decisions

Family Law Service of Process

Child Development and Trauma

Securing a Detained Parent’s Participation in Court Proceedings Involving Children

Immigrant Children and Child Welfare Proceedings

Child Abuse, Neglect, Child Welfare and Termination of Parental Rights

Public Benefits Access for Immigrant Victims

Screening Tools

Webinars Related to Special Immigrant Juvenile Status Cases

Immigrant Survivors

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

Access to Public Benefits

Child Welfare Cases Involving Immigrant Families and Children

Webinars Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) and Trauma

Materials by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services: Office of Policy and Strategy

Information from United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Office on Policy and Strategy (OP&S) appreciates your request for informative materials to share with the National Judicial Network.  Judges and court staff may be the first to see signs of violence and are in a unique position to provide information and assistance to noncitizens who have been victims of violence, human trafficking, or certain crimes.  Below we have included a list of helpful materials and the links to each resource.  The Policy Manual is the agency’s centralized online repository for USCIS’ immigration policies.  Judges may sign up to receive timely policy updates on the USCIS Alerts page or contact Public Engagement to participate in engagement and outreach activities.

Informative Pamphlets Appropriate for Public Distribution:

 USCIS Case Data

 Relevant USCIS Public Webpages or Policy Manual Chapters

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