Everett Community Legal Workshop: Talk to an Attorney About DREAMer Deferred Action

For Immediate Release
Thursday, October 4, 2012

Contact: Zaida Rivera, Staff Attorney, NWIRP, 206-957-8618

Everett, WA– Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) and partners will present a free legal workshop aimed at helping community members understand and access the Obama Administration’s much anticipated DREAMer “Deferred Action” program application process on Saturday, October 6.  Following a short presentation, workshop attendees will have the opportunity to consult with an attorney or accredited representative about their individual situation and have their forms and supplemental documents reviewed before submitting their application materials.
The program, “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Process” (DACA), removes the threat of deportation for as many as 40,000 youth in Washington State who came to the United States before the age of 16, have lived in the United States for five years before June 15 and meet certain other requirements.
The workshop is being co-organized by NWIRP, the Washington Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, OneAmerica and local partners. Participants are being encouraged to come to the workshop with as much of their documentation as possible and with application forms completed as much as possible.  However, volunteers will be available to assist those who have not been able to prepare forms ahead of time.  Volunteer and NWIRP staff attorneys will supervise the workshop throughout.
WHAT: Community Legal Workshop – Talk to an attorney about DREAMer Deferred Action
WHERE:   Everett High School (2416 Colby Ave, Everett WA, 98201)
WHEN:   10:00am, Saturday, October 6th
No pre-registration is required for this free event.
  • For more information about “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Process” (DACA), please visit NWIRP’s Community Advisory.
  • For information about other workshops around Washington State, please visit NWIRP’s website.
  • To view a pdf of this media release, please click here.