Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. In observation of this important day, CLINIC recognizes affiliate, Mil Mujeres for their inspiring efforts on behalf of vulnerable, immigrant women. Founded in 2007, Mil Mujeres provides charitable legal immigration services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. With locations in California, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, and Washington, DC, Mil Mujeres has been a CLINIC subscriber
Looking for ideas to promote and encourage immigrant integration within your community? The General Integration Resources page is a great place to find information on integration program planning, training and tools on how integration can be promoted locally, and performance measurement strategies. CLINIC offers model programs that spotlight agency-wide immigrant integration initiatives across our network. Additionally, tools and trainings provided can increase the impact of immigrant integration programs at the local level.
Catholic leaders, including CLINIC Executive Director Jeanne Atkinson, applaud immigration action and express the need for further action. “Administrative relief is no substitute for legislative reform,” Jeanne explains, “We need a permanent fix to the immigration system.” Read the article. Source: EWTN News. November 21, 2014.
Michelle Sardone, CLINIC Legalization Director, echoes a sentiment shared by Catholic advocates for immigration reform: "It's going to help close to 5 million people. But we're definitely still working toward finding a permanent solution." Read the article. Source: National Catholic Reporter. November 21, 2014.
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November 20, 2014
CLINIC WELCOMES IMMIGRATION ACTION, READY TO SUPPORT AFFILIATES IN IMPLEMENTATION
Administrative relief is coming and, whatever shape it takes, we can be certain that consular identification cards will be important in the implementation of immigration action. Starting November 1, Mexican Consulates in the United States began issuing new, enhanced consular IDs to ensure the continued security of these vital documents. Visual and safety features have changed, and maintaining awareness of format changes to the consular ID cards is essential.