Tuesday, November 15, 2022
1 – 2 pm EDT
This webinar will provide an update on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), including an overview of the changes implemented to the policy through the new rule that became effective on October 31, 2022. The webinar will also provide a basic overview of DACA and the protections it provides, discuss the current state of DACA litigation and what it means for DACA recipients and DACA-eligible individuals, and opine on whether the current Administration has done enough to protect Dreamers.
- Why DACA Matters
- The nuts and bolts of DACA
- Texas v. United States and Its Impact on DACA Recipients and DACA-Eligible Individuals
- Examining the Biden Administration’s New DACA Rule
UC Immigrant Legal Services Center
UC Davis School of Law
National Immigration Law Center
Florida State Director
Jesus Reyes Law
C. Cassandra Suprin
Director, Family Defense Program
Americans for Immigrant Justice
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit:
CLE credits are pending in accordance with the requirements of the New York State and New Jersey State CLE Boards for 1 transitional credits. The CLE credits awarded will be 1.0 professional practice credits.
Out-of -state attendees will have to apply to their states’ CLE Board for credit.
Americans for Immigrant Justice (AI Justice)
Americans for Immigrant Justice (AI Justice) is an award-winning non-profit law firm that fights for justice for immigrants through a combination of direct representation, impact litigation, advocacy and outreach. In Florida and on a national level, we champion the rights of unaccompanied immigrant children; advocate for survivors of trafficking and domestic violence; serve as a watchdog on immigration detention practices and policies; fight to keep families informed, empowered and together; and pursue redress on behalf of immigrant groups with particular and compelling claims to justice.
Fordham Law School Feerick Center for Social Justice
The Feerick Center for Social Justice promotes the rights and addresses the problems facing marginalized and low-income New Yorkers through the creation of strategies to reform policies, educate, and provide assistance to right wrongs.
Highly regarded for its efficacy and dedication to combating inequities, the Center works with wide-ranging networks to rally partners in the legal community and beyond to respond to the challenges of those in need.
Fordham Law faculty and students involved at the Center collaborate with the city’s nonprofit, legal services, and public sectors to create long-term innovative solutions critical to real change.