Immigration Consequences of Domestic Violence & Related Cases

Domestic violence and related offenses including child abuse, neglect, and abandonment and violation of a protective order can carry immigration consequences for both undocumented persons and persons with lawful immigration status. This webinar covers the immigration consequences that domestic violence and related offenses have upon different immigrants and discuss how to avoid or minimize such consequences. The webinar also covers a related topic—the immigration consequences of violent offenses, including in non-DV cases.



Presented by Angie Junck, Immigrant Legal Resource Center; Dan Kesselbrenner, National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild ; and Wendy Wayne, Immigration Impact Unit, Committee for Public Counsel Services

Presented by NACDL and the Defending Immigrants Partnership and supported by grant funding from the Foundation for Criminal Justice, Ford Foundation, and Open Society Institute.

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