Welcome! This is the secure and confidential group site for the Florida Immigrant Legal Aid Alliance (FILAA), also known as the Florida Immigration Umbrella Group. This group is for attorneys and advocates providing free or low-cost immigration legal services to immigrants in Florida. This area is password protected. Membership and full access is available only to Florida legal services attorneys, paralegals, law school faculty, and clinical students representing immigrants. All others may join by express permission of the Immigration Law practice area leader only.
Click here to join FILAA. Once approved to this practice area, your email will automatically be added to our FILAA email group.
There is a fascinating new tool with county level data created by the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN), that you can find here.
It has 18 different factors you can examine,
1. Population density
3. Young Adults
4. Adults (30-44)
5. Midlife Adults (45-99)
6. Seniors (60 +)
7. High school graduates
9. Vehicle access
10. Active Duty Military
12. Racial Diversity
13. Foreign Born
14. Language Other Than English Spoken at Home
16. Where Is Mobile Broadband Available?
17. How Fast Is Mobile Broadband?
18. Where Are Homes Connected to High-Speed Internet?
Share this with the others at your organization who might find it useful and let me know ways that you use it by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Immigration Training and Events
- Apr 25 - Apr 26: Developing and Sustaining an Immigration Program
- Apr 26: SIJS: Strategies for Success in a Changing Practice
- Apr 27: Access and Accommodations for Customers with Motor, Mobility and Dexterity Disabilities
- Apr 27: Federal Protections for Immigrant Workers: Updates Under the Trump Administration
- Apr 27: Immigrants and Minnesota Family Law - Current Strategies in Uncertain Times