TPS Clinics Information for Volunteer Attorneys
The NJSBA will be holding a clinic to assist Ukrainian nationals with applying for Temporary Protected Status. Volunteers will be assisting with intake on the day of the clinics, and all forms will be reviewed and signed off on by immigration attorneys experienced with filing temporary protected status applications. In addition, clients will be asked to sign a limited scope agreement to protect both clients and volunteer attorneys.
If you are an attorney interested in volunteering, please email Paula Saha at [email protected]
TPS Basics Training Video
This online training session was held on April 22, 2022 as a basic overview for New Jersey attorneys interested in assisting Ukrainians who want to apply for Temporary Protected Status. Please note that there is no CLE credit available for viewing this program; it is for informational purposes only. In addition, please note that some details in the video regarding the clinics may have changed, however the bulk of the information remains the same. A transcript of the program may be available. Please contact [email protected] for more information.
Program materials: Click here to access the written materials (a checklist, information from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) assembled for the above training.
Information for Potential Applicants
The New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) Immigration Law Section, in collaboration with the New Jersey Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, will be presenting a free legal clinic at the New Jersey Law Center located in New Brunswick, New Jersey to assist Ukrainian nationals who wish to apply to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for Temporary Protected Status.
If you are interested in attending a clinic, please email Paula Saha at [email protected]