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  • 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.
  • Jan 19, 2016: Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio
    Jan 19, 2016: At the start of 2015, John Cranley, the Mayor of Cincinnati, made public his commitment to make Cincinnati the most immigrant friendly city in the United States. He assembled a taskforce that wrote a plan to make Cincinnati more welcoming for all. A community ID was chosen as a priority initiative. The ID is set to be distributed in the first quarter of 2016. Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio (CCSWOH), and in particular, Ms. Alisa Berry, Chief Operating Officer, have been instrumental in making this goal a reality.
  • Jan 13, 2016: CARA: 33 Mothers and Children Protected from Immediate Deportation
    Jan 13, 2016: DILLEY, TX – In the last week, 121 mothers and children were brought to the South Texas Residential Family Center in Dilley, Texas, after being rounded up by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project reviewed the cases of 13 families, filed appeals for 12, and won stays of removal from the Board of Immigration Appeals for all 12 families – 33 mothers and children.
  • Jan 7, 2016: Treat Central American asylum seekers with dignity and fairness
    Jan 7, 2016: “Welcome to the United States.” This is what refugees and asylum seekers should hear when they first arrive in the United States, but unfortunately it is a welcome that often comes excruciatingly late, if at all.

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  • Jan 6, 2016: CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project Succeeds in Winning Stays of Deportation of Four Mothers and...
    Jan 6, 2016: Washington D.C. – Last night, the CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project succeeded in halting the deportation of four Central American families apprehended by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) over the weekend, who had been scheduled for deportation this morning. Based on interviews with the families, who are currently detained at the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas, the CARA Project appealed their asylum cases to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and requested emergency stays of deportation.
  • Dec 24, 2015: Denial of Due Process to Incarcerated Immigrant Families Worsens in Spite of Court Ruling
    Dec 24, 2015: WASHINGTON, DC – Today, attorneys and advocates are calling the government to account for rushing detained Central American children and mothers seeking protection in the United States through the legal processes designed to protect them from danger. The glaring due process violations highlighted in the letter to high-level DHS officials have led to the deportation of many families with valid claims for asylum or other protection under U.S. law.
  • Nov 10, 2015: CLINIC disheartened by 5th Circuit ruling; remains hopeful for immigrants on appeal
    Nov 10, 2015: Silver Spring, MD—The Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) is disheartened by the Nov. 9 ruling in Texas v. United States by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans. The continued delay of administrative relief fails to recognize the contributions of those eligible for potential relief from deportation and poorly positions our nation to respond effectively to changing economic and social conditions. 
  • Sep 29, 2015: Catholic Legal Immigration Network Provides Funding to Address Dearth of Legal Services in the...
    Sep 29, 2015: Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) is pleased to announce the establishment of an innovative program to create capacity for high quality charitable legal immigration services in the southeastern United States. The initiative will build a stronger community of expert service providers in largely underserved states where the population of at-risk immigrants is on the rise.

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