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We regret to inform you that registration for the webinar,  Immigration Legal Services for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Other Crimes, is not available.  The announcement for this webinar was sent in error.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. 

May 13-15, 2015
Sheraton Hotel
Salt Lake City, UT

  

Looking to expand your knowledge of immigration law hot topics and best practices in program management?

CLINIC's annual Convening is the premier event for those seeking to deepen their capacity to support immigrants. Gather with fellow advocates and service providers, share strategies, and enhance your expertise to build welcoming communities!
 

We, at CLINIC, are honored to celebrate our 26th birthday in the company of our ever-expanding network.  With over 260 community programs in more than 400 sites nationwide, CLINIC has developed the country’s largest network of faith-based and community charitable legal immigration service providers. 

In recent months we have all been troubled by the images of unaccompanied children, already traumatized by events in their home countries, and exhausted and frightened after a perilous journey, being apprehended at the southern border of the United States. And we have been appalled to see how some of our fellow citizens treated these children, screaming epithets at them and blocking the buses that were bringing them to safe refuge. The political pandering around this crisis has only added to our Nation’s shame.

As we gather with friends and family on Labor Day, we say goodbye to summer and celebrate the dignity of work and the contributions of immigrant workers to the building of the United States.  Immigrant workers -- from the Chinese workers who constructed our country's railroads, and the Irish miners who dug the coal that powered our industrialization, to the Latino and Filipino farm workers who make the United States the world's largest exporter of agricultural products -- fuel the strength and dynamism of the United States.  We see the legacy of immigrant workers in their role in building

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