Each year CLINIC presents its Administrative Advocacy Priorities for the coming year to the board of directors for review and approval. These priorities serve as a guide for the work of CLINIC’s Advocacy section and the Executive Office in its dealings with USCCB, the federal government, and nongovernmental partners. The full list of Administrative Advocacy Priorities follows.
Webinar held on 11/1/13
This webinar will look at the legislation and politics which will shape the debate on immigration reform in the House of Representatives, explaining the Church’s position on individual bills and the strategy for winning final legislation the Church can support.
On Thursday, October 10, 2013, the Nebraska Service Center held a teleconference. Please see CLINIC’s notes from the call that touched on the following topics:
1. Can you please cover reinstatement and STEM OPT? The specific scenario is this – Student on OPT forgot to mail the application for STEM OPT extension in a timely manner (the application was one week late). USCS denied the STEM OPT extension. Is there such a thing as reinstatement of OPT status?
North Carolina Bishops’ Message on Immigration - September 16, 2013