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  • May 22, 2015: Government Officials Address CLINIC’s 15th Annual Convening Plenary
    May 22, 2015:   CLINIC’s 15th annual Convening took place in Salt Lake City, Utah last week.  Each year, the Convening presents an opportunity for dialogue between federal agencies, direct service providers, and advocates on immigration issues affecting communities across the nation.  This year, we were honored to have two distinguished government speakers: León Rodríguez, Director of US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Juan P. Osuna, Director of the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR).
  • May 19, 2015: Staff Highlight: Minyoung Ohm
    May 19, 2015: Minyoung Ohm is a staff attorney with the Religious Immigration Services Section of CLINIC.  Prior to joining CLINIC, she was an associate attorney at Carliner & Remes in Washington D.C. and practiced immigration law in a variety of areas, including asylum, family-based visa petitions, and business immigration matters.  She graduated from the American University’s Washington College of Law in 2003.
  • May 15, 2015: Pentecost: Celebrating the Missionary Call
    May 15, 2015: The Holy Spirit inspired the apostles to go forth and preach the joy of the Gospel. At Pentecost, we recognize this special time to celebrate the missionary call. We are inspired by all who, like you, have heard this call and pursued their vocations, no matter the obstacles on their journey. Obstacles of immigration status are all too familiar to foreign born religious workers like Sr. Maria. Having crossed the border into the United States at fourteen years old, Maria didn’t have the papers necessary to pursue her calling to religious life.
  • May 12, 2015: Project Hope - Proyecto Esperanza
    May 12, 2015: Project Hope, based in Archbold, Ohio, provides professional legal services and educates immigrants about their rights and responsibilities of living in the United States. The organization's mission is to support immigrant integration and, as its name implies, give hope to immigrant families working and living in northwest Ohio (and beyond).  
  • May 8, 2015: Op-ed: The Ideals of Utah Compact are Bringing us Here
    May 8, 2015: Op-ed orginally appeared in the Salt Lake Tribune, May 8, 2015.
  • May 4, 2015: A Path to Citizenship for Immigrants
    May 4, 2015: A version of this letter appears in print on May 2, 2015, on page A20 of the New York edition of the New York Times with the headline: A Path to Citizenship. To the Editor:
  • May 4, 2015: CLINIC Helps Black Immigrants Achieve Their Dreams in the United States
    May 4, 2015: News stories and images of desperate African and Middle Eastern people fleeing their home countries  aboard overcrowded ships that sink in the Mediterranean Sea are heartbreaking and speak to why CLINIC has a mission to serve vulnerable migrants.  These stories also give CLINIC pause to reflect on how black immigrants arrive to the U.S. and are fairing.  New findings from the Pew Research Center about black immigrants are striking and evoke a lesser known story about CLINIC’s history of helping black immigrants achieve their dreams in the U.S.
  • Apr 24, 2015: Asylum Seekers Still Stranded in Dilley Detention Limbo
    Apr 24, 2015: Op-ed orginally appeared in the Express-News, April 24, 2015. Since last summer’s surge of immigrant mothers and children fleeing violence and chaos in their home countries, the policy of the Obama administration has been to round them up and incarcerate them while their claims for asylum and the right to safe resettlement are slowly sorted out.

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  • Aug 3, 2014: CLINIC Data on Detainers Cited by CNN
    Aug 3, 2014: Nation-wide, over 190 counties and localities have limited cooperation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.   CLINIC data on “detainers” is cited to demonstrate the growing number of localities out of these temporary holds of the foreign-born, charged with low-level, local offenses.  Read the article.  August 3, 2014
  • Jul 25, 2014: CLINIC Director Jeanne Atkinson Discusses the Plight of Children Fleeing Central America on EWTN
    Jul 25, 2014: In an interview with EWTN News Nightly, CLINIC Executive Director Jeanne Atkinson discusses the plight of unaccompanied children seeking refuge in the United States and their legal options.  
  • Jul 24, 2014: CLINIC Webinar Mentioned as Resource to Help Young Migrants
    Jul 24, 2014: A recent Catholic News Service article discusses ways that people can assist migrants fleeing to the United States for refuge. Among the options is assistance with legal representation and CLINIC’s webinar on what the Church is doing to assist migrant children is mentioned as a key resource.   Published in the Arkansas Catholic.  July 24, 2014
  • Jul 10, 2014: CLINIC Advocacy Director Allison Posner Quoted in LA Times
    Jul 10, 2014: In a recent article on how funding President Obama seeks to stem the increase of migrants would be spent, CLINIC’s Director of Advocacy Allison Posner expresses concern about legal representation for the unaccompanied children who would face immigration court alone.   Published in the Los Angeles Times. July 10, 2014
  • Jul 9, 2014: Jeanne Atkinson Radio Interview on Migrant Children
    Jul 9, 2014: CLINIC Executive Director Jeanne Atkinson discusses the large number of children seeking refuge in the United States alone, the push factors in their home countries, and their legal options in the United States on the radio program Between the Lines.   Radio Interview on Between the Lines, July 9, 2014

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