International Institute of MN
1694 Como Ave.
St. Paul, MN
This CLE includes discussions about:
The relatively new Central American Minors program (“CAM”), which allows for in-country refugee and parole processing for minors in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador – http://www.uscis.gov/CAM/. This section will be led by Micaela Schuneman, Director of Refugee Services at the International Institute of Minnesota, who will share experiences and trends she has observed in the CAM program; and
Asylum law practice relevant to Central Americans. This section will be led by Sarah Brenes, Director of the Refugee & Immigrant Program of The Advocates for Human Rights, who has her finger on the pulse of what the Asylum Office and EOIR are doing with asylum cases.