The Immigration Service and Aid Center will offer a 40-hour Summer Institute on Basic Immigration Law in San Antonio, Texas this summer.  Training sessions will be taught by a staff of experienced immigration attorneys and accredited representatives, and will provide a comprehensive survey of immigration law and procedure.  This intensive training event is designed for individuals who wish to apply for Board of Immigration Appeals accreditation.  The BIA allows non-attorney staff of non-profit and religious organizations to practice immigration law.  ISAAC's Summer Institute is a valuable tool for those who seek to serve their immigrant community.

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Upcoming Trainings

June 13-17, 2016

San Antonio Texas
Woodland Baptist Church
15315 Huebner Rd
San Antonio, TX 78248

Who should Attend?

  • Staff workers and volunteers of religious, social and charitable non-profit agencies seeking BIA recognition and accreditation to offer legal services to immigrants
  • Ministers and churches interested in ministry to immigrants

What is the cost?

  • $545 for the training (lunch included)
  • $600 after April 15 (lunch included)
  • $215 + shipping for the textbook

Accommodations and other meals are not included. All fees are due upon registration.

Participants will purchase the required textbook, A Guide for Immigration Advocates, 19th Edition,directly from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC). Please utilize one of the following discount codes for a reduced rate:

  • ​PL246RJ8 - Book Only
  • BM352SX4 - PDF Only
  • WB752LP6 - Book & PDF

No refunds after May 14.

Register today!

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A special thanks to the following for helping make this event possible


Please contact Jesus Romeroat at jesus.romero@texasbaptists.org or (210) 326-3273.


Is your church or organization affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas? If so, please contact Jesus Romero at jesus.romero@texasbaptists.org we may be able to offer your group online training to facilitate the recognition and accreditation process.

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