Past Events

The United States has a long reputation as being a welcoming beacon of hope for refugees from around the world. Where does that reputation stand now? What is the situation in Baltimore and in Maryland in helping refugees resettle in our communities? Join us for a lively discussion of America’s refugee crisis.
Whether you are an educator or attorney, speak a foreign language, or are interested in welcoming newcomers into your community, we invite you to take the first step toward becoming a HIAS volunteer by joining a mandatory Information Webinar.
Join HIAS' Pro Bono and Partnerships Team for legal training to learn about when FOIA requests could be useful, what agencies to submit FOIA requests to, and why FOIA is an important tool for lawyers to use in zealously representing immigrants before U.S. immigration agencies.
Whether you are an educator or attorney, speak a foreign language, or are interested in welcoming newcomers into your community, we invite you to take the first step toward becoming a HIAS volunteer by joining a mandatory Information Webinar.
Join HIAS, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM), and Rohingya advocates for a discussion about contemporary genocide and the role refugee resettlement can play in response to the resulting forced displacement.
A common question on immigrants' minds is if, and when, they will be eligible to work in the United States. If you're a lawyer and interested in learning about this topic, join us to find out who is eligible for work authorization, if they have to apply for work authorization, when they're eligible, and more.

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