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Susan Bowyer

Deputy Director

ICWC Law

HQ Phone:  (510) 593-2167

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ICWC Law

1440 Broadway Suite 402

Oakland, California,94612

United States

Company Description

The Immigration Center for Women and Children (ICWC) is a non-profit legal organization providing affordable immigration services to underrepresented immigrants in California. ICWC strives to provide security and stability for children who are abused, abandone...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Staff Attorney


Stanford Law School

Public Service Law Fellow


Action Alliance for Children

Board Member


The G2 Institute

Board Member


Action Alliance for Children

Board


Education

Public Services Law Fellow

Stanford Law School


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ICWC Law | Meet Our Staff

icwclaw.org [cached]

Susan Bowyer is the Deputy Director of ICWC, and Directing Attorney of the ICWC Oakland Office.
Susan is a national expert in U Nonimmigrant Status and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). She is the author of a number of publications on immigration remedies for survivors of domestic violence, including those published by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice, the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) and the Boston University Public Interest Law Journal. She is a frequent trainer on immigration through the VAWA and U Visa and has presented at the American Immigration Lawyers Association National Conference, California and Central Florida Chapters, the Alameda County Law Enforcement Chiefs' Annual Conference, on regional and national webinars, and before the California State Senate and Assembly Human Service Committees. Susan is a 1992 graduate of Stanford Law School, where she was a Public Service Law Fellow. She was the Managing Attorney of the International Institute of the Bay Area's Oakland office from 2003 to 2010. She has also worked as a staff attorney with the Immigrant Legal Resource Center and Acting Director of the Center on Race, Poverty and the Environment. Email Susan at susan@icwclaw.org.


ICWC Law | Meet Our Staff

icwclaw.org [cached]

Susan Bowyer is the Deputy Director of ICWC, and Directing Attorney of the ICWC Oakland Office.
Susan is a national expert in U Nonimmigrant Status and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). She is the author of a number of publications on immigration remedies for survivors of domestic violence, including those published by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice, the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) and the Boston University Public Interest Law Journal. She is a frequent trainer on immigration through the VAWA and U Visa and has presented at the American Immigration Lawyers Association National Conference, California and Central Florida Chapters, the Alameda County Law Enforcement Chiefs' Annual Conference, on regional and national webinars, and before the California State Senate and Assembly Human Service Committees. Susan is a 1992 graduate of Stanford Law School, where she was a Public Service Law Fellow. She was the Managing Attorney of the International Institute of the Bay Area's Oakland office from 2003 to 2010. She has also worked as a staff attorney with the Immigrant Legal Resource Center and Acting Director of the Center on Race, Poverty and the Environment. Email Susan at susan@icwclaw.org.


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Susan Bowyer ~ Deputy Director, Immigration Center for Women and Children


childrensadvocate.org

Susan Bowyer
Susan is the Directing Attorney of the Immigration Center for Women and Children (ICWC) San Francisco office. She is a national expert in U Nonimmigrant Status and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Susan is also an author of a number of publications on immigration remedies for survivors of domestic violence, including those published by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice, the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) and the Boston University Public Interest Law Journal. Susan is a frequent trainer on immigration through the VAWA and U Visa and has presented at the American Immigration Lawyers Association National Conference, California and Central Florida Chapters, the Alameda County Law Enforcement Chiefs' Annual Conference, on regional and national webinars, and before the California State Senate and Assembly Human Service Committees. Previously, she was the Managing Attorney of the International Institute of the Bay Area's Oakland office from 2003 to 2010. Susan has also worked as a staff attorney with the Immigrant Legal Resource Center and Acting Director of the Center on Race, Poverty and the Environment. She is a 1992 graduate of Stanford Law School, where she was a Public Service Law Fellow.


Bay Area residents benefiting from Obama immigration program uncertain about future - Peninsula Press

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For Susan Bowyer, deputy director of the Immigration Center for Women and Children and directing attorney of the nonprofit's Oakland office, the result of the race was shocking.
She described feeling sick to her stomach as she watched more and more states turn red on election night. "It felt like 9/11," said Bowyer, who works mainly with immigrants who are domestic violence survivors and may qualify for U visas, a special category set aside for victims of crimes. Since the election, Bowyer and her coworkers have received several frantic phone calls from concerned clients.


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