This is a presentation geared toward attorneys interested in taking a remote pro bono immigration case, practitioners with a remote pro bono case, and practitioners new to immigration law working remotely.
The presentation will provide an overview of the Cuban Adjustment Act, including eligibility, forms, and the application process. Additionally, common issues that arise during Cuban Adjustment cases will be addressed along with reflections from the field. The presentation aims to provide information, practical pointers, and creative solutions to common issues to guide advocates in their representation
- Mark Prada , Partner and Co-founder, Prada Urizar, PLLC
- Jasmin Coca, Director of Immigration Services, Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada
Jasmine Coca is the Director of Immigration Services at Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada. Jasmine is originally from Los Angeles, CA. She is a 2001 graduate of the University of Nevada Las Vegas-Boyd School of Law. Catholic Charities was Jasmine's first job after law school. She has done an excellent job administering the immigration program with a small support staff of two. Jasmine has dedicated her entire career using her immigration expertise and experience to serve the Las Vegas community for 20 years.
- Mark Prada is the co-founder of Prada Urizar, PLLC. He primarily devotes his time to federal court litigation, including challenges against agency actions and policies of USCIS, habeas work against ICE, FOIA actions against federal agencies, challenges to agency action and policies of other federal agencies, and petitions for review of BIA decisions and other appellate work. Mr. Prada graduated from the University of Miami School of Law, and also holds a Bachelors in Business Administration from Florida International University. He began his legal career by representing victims of domestic violence and other crimes as part of a nonprofit organization, and eventually opened his own practice. Mr. Prada grew up in Miami, and is the son of Colombian immigrants.
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