865 - Immigration Law Clinic (3)

Students will provide legal assistance to low-income clients on immigration matters and direct representation in adjustment of status & naturalization matters, such as family petitions, U Visas and VAWA. Students learn about client counseling, case analysis, problem-solving and cross cultural competency. 150 hours per semester of clinical work is required, of which 30 hours are allocated to the instructional portion. Students may participate for more than one semester. These returning students have the option of enrolling for 3 credits (150 hours), 2 credits (100 hours) or 1 credit (50 hours). Admission into Immigration Law Clinic is by an application process. Graded. Enrollment limit. Prerequisite: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment, in Immigration & Naturalization Law.