Prividing meaningful community education around immigration issues is an important part of NWIRP's mission.
Agitators, Advocates, and Allies
Hear from our partners Monserrat Padilla and Brenda Rodriguez Lopez with the WA Immigrant Solidarity Network (WAISN) and learn about immigrant led action to disrupt and dismantle our unjust immigration machine.
The Long Road to Asylum
Hear from former clients and their NWIRP attorney as they discuss the challenges asylum seekers face both on their journey to the United States and once they cross the border.
El largo camino hacia el asilo
Únete a clientes anteriores y su abogada de NWIRP mientras hablan sobre los desafíos enfrentados por solicitantes de asilo durante su viaje hacia los Estados Unidos y después de cruzar la frontera.
Immigration for Beginners
Learn the basics of the Unites States immigration system in this informative webinar
Asylum for Beginners
Take a closer look at asylum in the United States: its history, how it works, and how it is under attack.
Immigration Detention in the PNW
A deep dive into the history of immigration detention and its impact on community members in our region.
Training for Youth Service Provides with KIND
NWIRP and KIND discuss some of the immigration relief options for youth, public charge concerns, employment authorization, DACA, and other related topics impacting young immigrants in our community.
Supporter update on NWIRP’s work in Eastern and North Central Washington
Featuring the Directing Attorney of our Wenatchee Office, Vanessa Gutierrez, and Deputy Director Malou Chavez, this webinar focuses on our clients’ resilience and how we are standing alongside them during this critical time.
Imagining the End of Deportation with Angélica Cházaro
In this conversation with Angélica Cházaro, University of Washington Law Professor, we examine both the history and politics of immigration detention and deportation in the United States with spirited discussion on how to dismantle these systems of injustice.
Intersections of immigration, gender, and survivors of violence with Grace Huang
Discussing the intersections of race, gender, and immigration for survivors of violence, and how NWIRP is fighting for a more just and equitable future for all community members.