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How to Represent Immigrant Youth While Complying with California State Law Confidentiality Provisions

Recorded on: Dec. 19, 2016
Running Time: 01:00:50

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Taken from the Web Program Representing Unaccompanied Children in California – Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, T Visas, and Confidentialityrecorded December, 2016 in San Francisco.

How to Represent Immigrant Youth While Complying with California State Law Confidentiality Provisions [01:00:50]

California law is very protective of information connected to juvenile court and of SIJS-related information in probate court and family court proceedings. It is critical that attorneys comply with California’s confidentiality provisions and protect their clients from other people’s potential noncompliance. This panel will cover key confidentiality statutes, how to comply with the law when submitting information and materials to USCIS, and how to prevent others from violating California law to your client’s detriment.

Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini

Presentation Material

  • How to Represent Immigrant Youth While Complying with California State Law Confidentiality Provisions PowerPoint Slides
    Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini
  • AB 899 Confidentiality of Juvenile Records
    Rachel Prandini
  • New California Law AB 899 Strengthens Confidentiality Protections for Juvenile Court-Involved Youth, Protects Immigrant Youth from ICE Detection and Deportation (January 2016)
    Rachel Prandini
  • Confidentiality of Juvenile Records in California: Guidance for Immigration Practitioners in Light of California’s New Confidentiality Law (April 2016)
    Rachel Prandini
  • Strategies for Suppressing Evidence and Terminating Removal Proceedings for Child Clients (March 2015)
    Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini
  • Statewide List of Pro Bono Opportunities to Represent Unaccompanied Children in California
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Kristen M Jackson ~ Senior Staff Attorney, Public Counsel
Rachel Prandini ~ Immigrant Youth Project Attorney, Immigrant Legal Resource Center
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