Immigration 101 Training for Service Providers in Bothell, WA
We are happy to announce we are hosting a free training for service providers who are interested in learning how to better serve immigrants in Bothell, Washington on August 14th. The 2.5 hour training will discuss several immigration issues, including: an overview of immigration statuses, how to obtain a work permit, immigration protections available for unaccompanied youth, recent challenges immigrants have faced under the new Presidential administration, and a primer on the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma. This training is aimed at social service providers and people working closely with the immigrant community, and will be conducted in English. It is not a legal training, and Continuing Legal Education credits will not be offered.
Access the presentation slides here (English).
Other resources available – click on each to download:
- About NWIRP one-sheeter (English)
- “Know Your Rights” flyer – Spanish
- “Know Your Rights” flyer – English
- List of resources for service providers working with immigrant communities (English)
- NWIRP contact information and eligibility guidelines (in Spanish and English)
Immigration 101 for Social Service Providers
1:00 – 3:30 pm
Monday, August 14th, 2017
Activities and Recreation Center, Top Floor
18220 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011
We strive to ensure our events are accessible to all interested attendees. Individuals with any accessibility requirements, requests, or questions are encouraged to contact our Donor Relations and Events Coordinator, Rebecca Neff Brown, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-957-8641. ASL interpretation will be provided. This event is wheelchair accessible and will include access to gender neutral bathrooms.
Registration is closed – this event has already occurred.