California Family Resource Association
 
 

Webinar: Immigration Program for Parents and Youth: What FRCs Need to Know Now

CFRA is proud to partner with the California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLAF) to offer trainings and resources to help FRCs serve immigrant parents and youth. This webinar will help attendees keep up with changing immigration laws and programs, and review strategies for educating clients of all immigration statuses.

This webinar features attorneys and service providers from CRLAF who will review the pending DAPA and expanded DACA. They will also share and discuss strategies for educating families based on their experience working directly with clients in rural communities throughout the state. Although DAPA and expanded DACA have not started, we can help families prepare now.

Register for the webinar.

ABOUT CRLAF:

CRLAF provides direct legal services to low income Californians; engages in class action litigation when needed; provides community education and outreach on issues that affect low-income Californians; and advocates for improvements in laws and regulations that protect workers’ safety and community health and well-being. CRLAF helps increase the capacity of rural immigrants to advocate for themselves, to develop leadership, and to become more engaged in their communities as stakeholders driving the agenda for improved economic and social conditions. They work in the areas of immigration and citizenship, labor, housing, education, community health, worker safety, and environmental justice.

SPEAKERS:

Kristina McKibben is an immigration attorney based in Sacramento, serving California's Central Valley. Kristina was born in Germany before her family settled in the Central Valley. She graduated from UC Davis and Boston University School of Law.

Laura Flores is an attorney and the Equal Justice Works Emerson Fellow who is providing outreach and services focusing on DAPA and DACA with a focus on colleges.

Marcus Tang graduated from UC Davis and UC Davis King Hall School of Law. He is the inaugural CA Bar Foundation Fellow, focusing on providing legal assistance and outreach for DACA and DAPA.