A CLE course presented by the Immigrant and Victim Justice Programs that will provide an overview of various immigration cases. This training will cover topics such as DACA, Family Reunification, Asylum, Naturalization, Status Adjustments, SIJS, the U Visa, and the Violence Against Women Act.
About the Presenters:
Rachel Van Tyle was named Director of Immigrant services at the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic in 2017. She manages the Victim Justice and Immigrant Justice program as they aim to provide high-quality, holistic services to our victim and immigrant neighbors. Rachel has been on staff on the clinic as a staff attorney in the Immigrant Justice program since 2012 and focuses the majority of her practice on asylum, refugees, and other immigration issues. Van Tyle earned her B.S. from Xavier University and her J.D. from Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law.
Erica Harrigan spent a number of her growing-up years in Indiana and returned to the state to practice law after graduating from Regent University School of Law in 2015. Following graduation, Erica joined the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic as a staff attorney for the Victim Justice Program. Her practice is primarily focused on seeking immigration relief for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking, but she also handles some family law matters for domestic violence survivors.