CLINIC Trainings: Options for Building Your Knowledge and Skills; Strengthening Your Immigration Programs
Webinars, onsite trainings and e-learning: CLINIC offers a variety of training opportunities to help you learn immigration law, develop legal skills, find out about new developments in law and procedure, and learn how to start or manage your immigration legal services programs. Training choices include:
CLINIC Member Agencies and Subscribers:
Office Cap for 3 staff
Each additional staff after 3 from same office address*
Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions related to registration for in-person trainings and webinars. You are encouraged to read for guidance prior to registering for a training.
How soon can I register for a CLINIC training?
We generally open the registration on our web site 2 months in advance of the training date.
I am having trouble with the link in the email announcement. Is there another way to register?
December 1, 2008
Catholic News Service
WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Pope Benedict XVI has accepted the resignation of Bishop William K. Weigand of Sacramento, Calif. He will be succeeded by Bishop Jaime Soto, who has been coadjutor of the diocese since Oct. 11, 2007, and is one of 26 active Hispanic Catholic bishops in the United States.
A coadjutor automatically becomes the head of the diocese upon the retirement or death of its bishop. The announcement was made in Washington Nov. 29 by Archbishop Pietro Sambi, apostolic nuncio to the United States.
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415 Michigan Ave., NE
Washington, DC 20017
In 1988, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) established CLINIC as a legally distinct 501(c)(3) organization to support a rapidly growing network of community-based immigration programs. CLINIC's network originally comprised 17 programs. It has since increased to more than 201 diocesan and other affiliated immigration programs with 290 field offices in 47 states. The network employs roughly 1,200 BIA accredited representatives and attorneys who, in turn, serve 600,000 low-income immigrants each year. CLINIC and its member agencies represent low-income immigrants without reference to their race, religion, gender, ethnic group, or other distinguishing characteristics.
Washington, DC Director of Development
CATHOLIC CHARITIES - Diocese of Winona
Immigration Services Program
Title: Immigration Services Caseworker
Job Summary: Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Winona Minnesota is starting an Immigration Services program in the Austin-Albert Lea-Owatonna area and has an immediate opening for a Caseworker. The Immigration Services Caseworker helps people file the documents necessary to clarify their legal status to live, work, or study in the U.S.