Immigration 101 Training at Seattle’s Central Library
Registration Is Now Closed.
Free Immigration 101 Training
Seattle’s Central Library’s Main Auditorium
1000 4th Avenue | Seattle, WA 98104
Friday, September 21st | 10am – 1pm
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project will be hosting a free immigration 101 training at Seattle’s Central Library. This training is aimed at social service providers and people working closely with the immigrant community, as well as allies who want to learn how they can more effectively stand with immigrants in their community. Our free training will discuss several immigration issues including recent changes to immigration policy under the Trump Administration, how people can qualify for immigration status; protections for victims of crime, unaccompanied youth, and asylum seekers; immigration detention and deportation, and why high quality legal representation for immigrants is particularly important.
If you were unable to register for the event, it will be live-streamed via our Facebook page here.
Regarding accessibility of the event
– This event will be ASL interpreted
– The library has assistive listening devices as well, let firstname.lastname@example.org know if you need one, or ask the library staff at the event.
– A gender neutral restroom is available on the 3rd floor of the library, and a family restroom which can be used as a single-occupant restroom is located on the 1st floor in the children’s department. The library’s multi stall, binary gender restrooms may also be used freely.
– The classroom is accessible to wheelchairs, as is the building, and the bathrooms.
– If you have other accessibility needs or concerns, please email email@example.com, or call Rebecca at 206-957-8641.