USCRI: U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)

Samples by State and Region

North Carolina  

USCRI's Manual "Obtaining SIJS Through A Third Party Custody Action in North Carolina: A Guide for Lawyers and Child Advocates" by Equal Justice Works Fellow, Carolyn Seugling, 2007.

Redacted Verified Complaint, December 2006, Davie County.

Redacted Motion For Factual Findings To Permit Minor's Application For Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, December 2006,  Davie County.

Redacted Memorandum In Support Of Motion For Special Immigrant Juvenile Status Order, December 2006, Davie County.

Redacted signed Order granting custody and making necessary factual findings for special immigrant juvenile status. March 2007, Davie County.

Redacted Motion for Emergency Custody Order and Expedited Hearing, Durham County, 2007.

Redacted Initial Custody Order, Durham County, 2007.

Administrative Office of the Courts' Guardian Ad Litem Memorandum explaining Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. Includes Proposed Order on eligibility for SIJS and Proposed Order to disclose Confidential Information, July 2006.


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