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In light of the 5th Circuit's ruling on November 9th, please check out the "Exploring the Future of Executive Action" panel that presented at the ILPC.

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I am Sister Andrea Marie, a Novice of Religious Sisters of Mercy of Alma (abbr. RSM). I am glad to have this opportunity of sharing with you my vocation story as a Religious Sister, as well as my immigration process as a Religious Worker. I am a Korean (South) citizen, but came to US from Germany, where I lived for seven years.

Apr 7, 2015
by Sr. Andrea Marie Lee, RSM

*The following reflection originally appeared as a feature in Catholic Charities USA's Lent Reflection Series


Apr 2, 2015
by Maura Moser

Lamentations are a part of our faith tradition. They transcend the logic of reason, rational analysis, study and planning. They pierce the crusty calluses of numbness, cynicism, indifference and denial.

Apr 1, 2015
by Justice for Immigrants


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Expanded DACA and DAPA are on hold, but you can still apply for DACA under the original guidelines.  Find out who qualifies and how you may be able to take steps to become DACA eligible.  CLINIC immigration attorney Ilissa Mira and BIA Accredited Representative Maciel Jacques share some tips on learni
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On Tuesday, May 26, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the government’s request for an emergency stay of the injunction issued by a Brownsville judge in February.  That injunction stopped implementation of the expanded DACA and the DAPA programs that were already set to begin.
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