Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Prevention - Long Beach, CA

End Abuse Long Beach
Since 1975

CAMFT Approved Continuing Education Provider

October 13 Program

Dominque Quevedo, Senior Attorney, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles

"Immigration Relief for Victims of Violence and Abuse"


Thursday, October 13, 2016


8:00 - 8:20 a.m. Networking & Introductions
8:20 - 9:30 a.m. - Program


Alpert Jewish Community Center, Senior Room
3801 E. Willow St, Long Beach, CA 90815

EALB provides 1 CAMFT-approved Continuing Education Provider unit to MFTs/LCSWs in full attendance (free to EALB CEU members, $20 for non-CEU members). Provider number: 130171

Contact: 562.304.2528
Dominique Quevedo Dominique Quevedo has been in the helping profession for over 17 years. She is a senior attorney and social worker at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) where she represents victims of torture, domestic violence as well as unaccompanied minors in a variety of immigration proceedings. Ms. Quevedo also developed LAFLA’s Legal Orientation Program within the San Pedro Detention Center, which made significant inroads in the provision of mental health services to immigrant detainees. In addition, Ms. Quevedo assists victims of domestic violence obtain restraining orders in Superior Court. She is a former social worker with the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services where she helped reunite families impacted by violence. Ms. Quevedo has been honored both in law school and in her present capacity for her representation of and commitment to families impacted by domestic violence.
She is the proud recipient of the EALB 2013 Violence Prevention Award.

Participants will learn about the latest legal developments with respect to immigration remedies and victims of domestic violence and child abuse. Specific topics that will be explained include:

In understanding the legal requirements for each remedy, participants will come to understand the key role that they play in supporting clients who are applying for an immigration benefit.

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