8th Summer Institute on Basic Immigration

June 3-7, 2019 | Woodland Baptist Church, 15315 Huebner Rd, San Antonio, TX 78248

A 40-hour basic immigration law seminar with training sessions taught by a staff of experienced immigration attorneys and accredited representatives. Provides a comprehensive survey of immigration law and procedure, with special emphasis on family-based immigration law.  This intensive training event is designed for individuals who wish to apply for Department of Justice (DOJ) accreditation. The DOJ 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.

Costs

Registration includes lunch. Accommodations, meals, and required textbook are not included.  

  • Early Registration $500 (through February 28, 2019) 
  • Regular Registration $600 (begins March 1, 2019)

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No refunds will be issued after May 1. Registration will close on May 31, 2019.

Textbook

Textbook Fees $295 + shipping

All participants must purchase the textbook, A Guide for Immigration Advocates [20th Edition], directly from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC).  We have a special discount price for the textbook.  After we receive your registration and your organization's non-profit letter, we will email you a code number allowing you to go to the website (ilrc.org) and purchase the textbook at our discounted price. Participants must bring the textbook to the training.

Preferred Hotel

LaQuinta San Antonio Airport

Use Discount Promo Code: BGCT

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Who Should Attend?

  • Staff workers and volunteers of religious, social and charitable non-profit agencies seeking DOJ recognition and accreditation to offer legal services to immigrants at low cost

  • Ministers and churches interested in ministry to immigrants


DISCLAIMER: The following is not intended to be legal advice pertaining to your situation and should not be construed as such. It is for educational and informational purposes only. If you need legal advice, consult a licensed immigration attorney or an accredited representative from a Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) recognized agency.