As Congress tackles immigration reform, a central issue in the debate revolves around the fate of the estimated 11 million undocumented individuals living in the U.S. CLINIC, and others, are advocating for a path for qualifying undocumented immigrants living in our country to earn permanent residence and, eventually, citizenship. Perhaps the most common opposing argument to allowing the undocumented to earn permanent residence is the sentiment that they should have come legally.
Jeff Chenoweth of the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) discusses what nonprofit legal services providers can do now to prepare for Deferred Action. This includes outreach, engaging "Dreamers," planning service delivery, supporting staff and volunteers, and more.
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Esta grabaciόn contiene una serie de preguntas y respuestas acerca de la ley migratoria de Indiana.
This podcast is a short Q & A on Indiana’s immigration law PL 171.
CLINIC has launched an audio series on Catholic social teaching. The recordings emphasize the lessons inherent in our faith that promotes dignity of all human beings and our work on behalf of immigrants and other vulnerable populations. We invite you to listen and share your comments.
Our first podcast is an interview with Bishop Jaime Soto, bishop of the Diocese of Sacramento and chairman of CLINIC's Board of Directors. He shares his views on immigration as an American Catholic bishop and as the grandchild of migrants.