Immigration Clinic

Students gain practical experience through interviewing, counseling and representing clients with immigration-related problems including immigrating family members, work authorization, naturalization, derivative citizenship, deferred action (such as DACA - Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), U-visa for crime victims and VAWA for domestic violence and abuse victims. Students complete forms and draft documents on behalf of clients. Students also attend and/or participate at hearings at Immigration Court. Weekly meetings are held with the clinic supervising attorney to discuss immigration law, practical application and casework.

No Prerequisites.

Application procedure