Free Training: What Advocates Need to Know
About Representing Immigrant Survivors of Violence

Seattle Central Library

Part I is now full and registration has been closed. Registration for Part II is still open.

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project is hosting a FREE training for advocates working with immigrant survivors of violence. The session is free to attend, and will be held at Seattle’s Central Library.
Regarding accessibility of the event
– You can request ASL interpretation by emailing
– The library has assistive listening devices as well, let 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, or call Rebecca at 206-957-8641.

What Advocates Need to Know About Working with Immigrant Survivors of Violence – Part Two Seattle’s Central Library – Level 4 Room 1 (Washington Mutual Room) 1000 4th Avenue | Seattle, WA 98104 Tuesday, December 4th | 9am – noon   In Part II, experienced NWIRP legal staff will provide training on: – Writing declarations for VAWA Self-Petitions, U visas, and T visas – Writing Advocate Letters of Support – How VAWA, U visa, and T visa applications are put together