Basics of U & T Visas - Webinar

Start Time/Date: 10:00 AM Tuesday, October 20, 2020
End Time/Date: 11:30 AM Tuesday, October 20, 2020
ADDRESS: Live Online Webinar
Presentation Via Zoom
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October is full of webinar opportunities and we are excited you clicked on this link to learn more about this session. A topic that we receive a lot of questions about is U & T Visas. We felt it was important to offer a webinar to cover the basics of this subject. We are excited to welcome Leslye Orloff, Director with the National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project (NIWAP) and Shelli Sonnenberg, Community Outreach Officer and Refugee Liaison with the Boise Police Department as our next presenters. We know Leslye and Shelli have a wealth of knowledge to share with us.

What To Expect:
This webinar will provide prosecutors, law enforcement, and victim advocates with information on the U and T visa programs and the important role these programs play in enhancing victim and community safety by holding offenders accountable and increasing victim participation in the criminal justice process. Faculty will discuss the intent and basic requirements for and best practices for handling requests for U visa or T visa certification. How to identify and develop prosecution case strategies in context of immigrant victim and offender dynamics will be discussed as well as how the safety of law enforcement officers, victims, and the community is strengthened when immigrant victims report crime and help with investigations and prosecutions.


CLE, POST, & Advocate Available! Forms will be provided in the email confirmation after registration is complete.

**CLE Credit: Please note the CLE credit will fall under the in-house/self-study rule. The rule on a typical year has a six hour maximum on CLE credits. A webinar falls in the same category as a video review. The Supreme Court of Georgia has allowed ALL 2020 CLE hours to be completed by approved in-house or distance learning seminars. For more information, click HERE.

**POST Credit: In order to receive POST credit for this webinar, you must listen to the webinar live not review the recorded version. We are asked to take attendance at the start and the end of the session to show who is on the call. You must sign in with your first and last name to receive credit and be present for the entire webinar.

**Advocate Credit: At the end of the webinar, please email the form to training@pacga.org. UPDATE! Please note that you will receive a certificate template in the email confirmation for you to complete your own certificate.