Immigration Litigation & Appellate Clinic
Clinic students represent immigrant clients before the U.S. Immigration and Citizenship Service, Immigration Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals, and U.S. Courts of Appeal. Students will also lead community outreach and education presentations throughout the region in partnership with local service providers and immigrant organizers.
Examples of student projects include:
- Defend immigrants against deportation proceedings before immigration judges, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and federal appellate courts;
- Advise noncitizen defendants and their defense counsel on the immigration consequences of criminal charges and alternative resolutions of the charges;
- Represent immigrants in their applications for permanent residence, citizenship, asylum, special immigrant juvenile status, and visas for victims of domestic violence and other crimes;
- Develop community outreach and education materials and presentations;
- Provide individual immigration consultations to members of the University of Idaho and Washington State University communities.
Immigration Drop-in Clinic
Dates: Fall Drop-in Clinic's have ended. Spring Clinic dates will be announced in early January, 2019
Time: 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Room 09 of the Menard Law Building.
Courtney LaFranchi, Clinical Fellow at the University of Idaho College of Law's Immigration Clinic, will be available to answer your questions and provide advice on risks, rights, and resources under current immigration law.
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- Emergency Planning Guide (English)
- Emergency Planning Guide (Spanish)
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- Risks Faced by Idaho’s Cities and Counties When Detaining Residents on Civil Immigration Charges
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Associate Professor of Law
BIA Law Scholars Amicus Brief
Kate Evans, Associate Professor of Law, submitted an amici curiae brief on behalf of seven leading international refugee law scholars from five different countries to the Board of Immigration Appeals. Click here for a practice advisory on the current state of the litigation, arguments advocates can advance, and links to all amici briefs submitted to the Board.