Friday Intake days
Have questions about an application? Not a citizen but interested in becoming one? Something else? Call, email, fill out this form, or stop by during our Friday Intake Days which run from September-May and we'll help answer your question. This is a great opportunity to meet our staff and find out what relief option is right for you.
Every Friday from 10AM-5PM
(except for June-August)
24 Crescent Street, Suite #201
Waltham, MA 02453
doj accreditation program
DOJ Accreditation is a process by which you are able to become someone who can assist non-citizens in immigration proceedings before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), or the Executive Office for Immigration Review’s (EOIR) immigration courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), or both. All accredited representatives must be affiliated with an organization that is recognized (such as TRII).
Our training program is about 4 months long and involves 30 hours of classroom work, 15 hours of independent work, at least 10 hours of mentorship work (more if necessary), and 1.5 hours of additional training independent of TRII's program. The program covers naturalization, asylum, relief, family based immigration, and more.
At this time, TRII's DOJ Accreditation Program is available to students at Brandeis University and TRII runs occasional training sessions open to anyone interested in attending. For more information and details, contact Doug Smith, Program Director, at email@example.com.
For Brandeis Training:
Every Monday from 8PM-10PM (during fall semesters)
For Community Training:
Contact Doug Smith, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brandeis University, TRII Office
With an ever-changing immigration landscape, it is important to stay up-to-date and understand how immigration impacts your classroom, workplace, and/or life.
We have lead workshops about starting a non-profit, "Know Your Rights," and knowing how to lead a classroom with sutdents who are undocumented or who ahve undocumented parents.
Check our Events Calendar
Depends on Event