ONLINE Sanctuary at CBST: Pro Se Immigration Legal Clinic
Contact Noah Habeeb email@example.com for more info.
We describe ourselves as a bold, spiritual community of justice and love. This will continue to be true as we respond to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in New York and beyond.
From an abundance of love for all of you and concern for everyone’s health, CBST has made the decision to stop holding in-person programs, services and classes, effective immediately.
Have you ever wished you could do something to help immigrants and asylum seekers - most of whom are not native English speakers - navigate the system? Now you can! CBST, in partnership with Seeking Asylum and Finding Empowerment (SAFE) and New Sanctuary Coalition (NSC), has launched its own weekly immigration clinic, part legal clinic and part pro se, including LGBTQ immigrants. Volunteers will assist people who are representing themselves (pro se, in legal terms) to complete asylum applications and find out what additional legal services are available to them.
If you have attended a clinic training, either at CBST or through New Sanctuary, or if you have immigration clinic experience, we invite you to join us. If you have not yet been to a clinic training, contact Rabbi Marisa James to find out about upcoming training sessions, and if you are a lawyer, contact Lee Jason Goldberg to find out about upcoming immigration CLEs: we need both lawyer and non-lawyer volunteers, especially Spanish speakers who can translate.
New York, NY 10001