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Special Immigrant Juvenile Status Updates

Recorded on: Dec. 19, 2016
Running Time: 01:00:17

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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.

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status Updates [01:00:17]

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (“SIJS”) is a humanitarian form of immigration relief for children who have been abandoned, abused or neglected by a parent. Unlike many other forms of immigration relief, SIJS requires the involvement of the state court system. In this supplement to our 2014 SIJS session, this panel will provide a general introduction to SIJS cases and will discuss recent developments including new U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) forms, a federal class action stipulation governing SIJS cases, and limits on the number of available SIJS visas.

Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini, Hayley Upshaw

Presentation Material

  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) Updates PowerPoint Slides
    Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini, Hayley Upshaw
  • California Appellate Law on Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (October 2016)
    Rachel Prandini
  • Recommendations for SIJS State Court Predicate Orders in California (October 2015)
    Rachel Prandini, Hayley Upshaw
  • Sample I-360 Only Packet for Filing with USCIS (October 2016)
    Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini
  • Sample I-485 Only Packet for Filing with USCIS (October 2016)
    Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini
  • Sample Combined I-360 and I-485 Packet for Filing with USCIS (October 2016)
    Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini
  • Stipulation Settling Motion for Class-wide Enforcement of Settlement in Perez-Olano v. Holder (March 2015)
    Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini, Hayley Upshaw
  • Annotated U.S. Department of State December 2016 Visa Bulletin (November 2016)
    Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini, Hayley Upshaw
  • USCIS Policy Manual Volume 6, Part J (Special Immigrant Juveniles) (October 2016)
    Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini, Hayley Upshaw
  • USCIS Policy Manual Volume 7, Part F, Chapter 7 (Special Immigrant Juvenile Adjustment of Status) (October 2016)
    Kristen M. Jackson, Rachel Prandini, Hayley Upshaw
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Kristen M Jackson ~ Senior Staff Attorney, Public Counsel
Rachel Prandini ~ Immigrant Youth Project Attorney, Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Hayley Upshaw ~ Senior Staff Attorney, Legal Services For Children
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