IPI 2019: Atlanta, Georgia

IMMIGRANT PATHWAY Institute is a 40-hour training that covers a wide range of topics in immigration law and practice.

The class touches on every area of immigration law, including citizenship; family-based, employment-based, and other visas; inadmissibility and deportability issues; removal proceedings and defenses; asylum; and immigrant rights, as well as issues in legal practice, such as legal research; legal writing; interview skills; case management; and ethical responsibilities. Many students go on to apply for Dept. of Justice (DOJ) accreditation to practice immigration law.

Although all are welcome to attend, the class is specifically designed to serve advocates working through churches and other faith-based organizations and will cover topics such as biblical ethics of immigration practice and how to mobilize a church or denomination to serve immigrants. Please contact us for more information.


Open Table Community
1850 Skyland Terrace NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30319



Registration – $495
Curriculum* – $295-335 + shipping

The primary curriculum is A Guide for Immigration Advocates: A Comprehensive Immigration Practice Manual, published by the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC).

Registration discounts are available for EFCAImmigrant Hope and The Immigration Alliance members, returning students, and groups.

Travel, lodging, and breakfast and dinner are not included.

Lunch will be provided each day.

*Students order curriculum directly from the publisher at a discounted rate.  The curriculum is available as a printed book or a PDF download. Price depends on options selected. Two or three students may share one set of curriculum, but all will need access to it before, during, and after the class.


Students are responsible for their own housing arrangements. Immigrant Hope does not offer a room block, hotel discount or reservation assistance.

These hotels located five to fifteen minutes from the class location:


To receive a Completion Certificate from the ILRC, students are required to:

Students who do not meet these requirements may still receive a Participation Letter from Immigrant Hope certifying their attendance and participation. Refunds are not available for students who do not receive a certificate.


Karla Hannant
Email: immigrant.pathway@immigranthope.org
Phone: (612) 516-5422