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  • Mar 14, 2016: Free tax service optimizes immigrant integration at the local level
    Mar 14, 2016: For 11 years, the Tax EZ program, offered by Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County has helped clients prepare nearly 15,000 returns, generating millions of dollars in refunds. For the 2016 tax season, Steve Hicken, Division Director of Economic Development Services, shifted the location of services from the Catholic Charities offices to parishes. This approach encourages interactions between newcomers and the people of their new hometowns, epitomizing immigrant integration on the local level. Ultimately, it may also result in higher numbers of tax returns being...
  • Mar 8, 2016: Is immigration working for America? The answer continues to be “yes”
    Mar 8, 2016: When one’s friends and relatives -- let alone candidates of public office -- question the benefit of welcoming immigrants separating fact from opinion can be challenging. Immigration issues are so large and consequential that they require thoughtful and accurate answers to the hostile and manipulative sound bites tossed about by political candidates and pundits.
  • Mar 1, 2016: Asylum for domestic violence survivors: immigration advocates urge Board of Immigration Appeals to...
    Mar 1, 2016: Although Matter of A-R-C-G, the landmark board of Immigration Appeals  decision, gave women fleeing domestic violence a pathway to asylum, survivors continue to be routinely denied asylum by immigration judges who interpret the decision narrowly.
  • Feb 26, 2016: CLINIC Fellows Profile: Matthew Young, Fellow at Catholic Charities of Jackson, Inc. in Jackson,...
    Feb 26, 2016: This month we introduce you to Matthew Young, the fellow with Catholic Charities of Jackson, Inc. in Jackson, Mississippi.
  • Feb 25, 2016: CLINIC’s board chairman reflects on its work in light of Pope Francis’s border visit and the...
    Feb 25, 2016: In an article for the web page of the Diocese of Orange, Bishop Kevin W. Vann, who chairs CLINIC’s board of directors, explained what we do and how it fits into the Catholic Church’s social teaching. This is a slightly edited version of the original blog. By Bishop Kevin W. Vann
  • Feb 8, 2016: Catholic Charities Tompkins/Tioga
    Feb 8, 2016: In the pretty college town of Ithaca, New York, Sue Chaffee, a BIA accredited representative, heads the Immigrant Services Program of Catholic Charities Tompkins /Tioga.
  • Jan 25, 2016: CLINIC Fellows Profile: Enid Colón, fellow at Hispanic Services Council in Tampa, Florida
    Jan 25, 2016: This month we would like to introduce Enid Colón, the fellow at Hispanic Services Council in Tampa, Florida. Enid became a fellow in October of 2015, but she had previously been working as the organization’s “intra-agency connector” for more than a year.
  • Jan 21, 2016: Prisoners’ handmade cards show compassion and solidarity with families held in Texas
    Jan 21, 2016: Shortly before Christmas a large box arrived at CLINIC’s office in Silver Spring, Maryland.There was no note of explanation. The return address was for the Toledo Correctional Institution.The contents: 550 handmade greeting cards, illustrated with favorite children’s cartoon characters, religious symbols and other colorful drawings.

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