This section provides webinars and other training materials for immigration lawyers, advocates, and service providers. These resources include guidance for domestic violence prevention in immigrant communities and for providing effective services to immigrant survivors who experience domestic violence. Information about legal options and public benefits is also included but since these periodically change, they may be dated. Please consult the organizations listed at the end of this special collection to verify the accuracy of the available information.
Making Domestic Violence Services Accessible to Individuals with Limited English Proficiency: A Planning Tool for Advocacy Organizations
Helping Those Released from Family Detention: Asylum Options for Immigrant Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence
Immigration Relief for Vulnerable Populations: Human Trafficking, Crime Victims, Domestic Violence and Child Abuse
This PowerPoint presentation offers an overview of the U-Visa, T-Visa, and VAWA self-petitioning process for survivors of violence who don't have legal immigration status.
Justice for All: How Attorneys Can Successfully Win Custody Cases for Immigrant Survivors When There Is a Clash of Laws, Cultures, Custody and Parental Rights
Islamic Marriage Contracts: A Resource Guide for Legal Professionals, Advocates, Imams & Communities
This guide was developed as a resource for legal professionals and advocates working with Muslims, and for Muslim leaders and community members.
This manual suggests strategies for organizing, how to work together as a group, how to ensure that the group stays together, how to start an agency to provide culturally specific services, and how to negotiate and improve the system.