Members in the News
Norwich Diocese program provides local access for those who may need help
July 3, 2010
By Izaskun E. Larraneta
New London - Immigrants who want to become U.S. citizens or need help filling out complex paperwork no longer have to travel to Hartford or Bridgeport.
June 20, 2010
Not all of the immigrants arriving in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky are from Mexico or Central America.
Instead, think Bhutan. Burma. Eritrea. Somalia.
They're brought here because the federal government recognized them as refugees, and the Catholic Church agreed to resettle them here.
By Amy McCraw
May 8, 2010
Imagine living and working in the United States while your children and spouse live in another country. You want them with you, but you can't afford an attorney to help navigate the complex process required to legally bring your family to this country.
Bill Forry, Managing Editor
April 22, 2010
Associated Press -
February 15, 2010 3:24 PM ET
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Immigrant advocacy groups want Idaho lawmakers to dump three bills targeting illegal workers and companies that employ them, on grounds such reform should be left to the federal government.
Catholic Charities of Idaho and the Idaho Community Action Network were among critics of the bills at a press conference on Monday.