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Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh was awarded with a two year grant from Catholic Legal Immigration Network, CLINIC Fellow Program, and is looking to hire a full time employee to work in the legal immigration program who has the competency to become a BIA Partial Accredited Representative in order to practice immigration law by assessing immigration needs of clients and determine eligibility.

Kentucky Equal Justice Center (KEJC) seeks an attorney or BIA-accredited representative with immigration law experience to join its vibrant immigration law program at Maxwell Street Legal Clinic (MSLC) in Lexington. The position is a two-year Fellowship funded in part by Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC). The Immigration Law Fellow will engage in:

Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services in Cleveland, Ohio is seeking an Immigration Staff Attorney to work with the newly created Ohio Center for Survivors of Torture. The attorney will assist survivors of torture with any immigration legal assistance needed, including but not limited to: defense in removal proceedings, applications for asylum, applications for adjustment of status, applications for citizenship, and applications to bring family members to the United States. 

Catholic Immigration Services in Little Rock seeks a Specialist to provide services to its clients. Position requires a bachelor’s degree, fluency in English and Spanish, strong computer proficiency, and ability to interact effectively with clients, staff, and external agencies. Previous experience providing immigration services is preferred. Occasional travel required.

Organization Description

ABQ.-FT-Position is responsible for the supervision of staff who provide direct legal representation and services to clients in the Center for Immigration & Citizenship Legal Assistant.