Since June 2014, the United States has faced a humanitarian crisis of mothers and their children fleeing violence in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.
Learn what your organization can do to respond to this humanitarian crisis of asylum-seeking women and children from El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala. Maximize your resources and service capacity for this population by focusing on the legal service needs of this population as well as essential tasks that are needed which will be highlighted by panelists.
How to get a client’s bond money back, once they’ve been released or deported is just one of the questions arising in the cases of families who have had their asylum merits cases scheduled on a fast track.
CLINIC’s Center for Immigrant Integration seeks to encourage the development of immigrant integration initiatives through the creation of resources and trainings and the dissemination of best practices from CLINIC affiliate agencies. This month, the center has several new developments.
The Visa Waiver Program allows citizens of certain countries to travel to the U.S. for business or tourism purposes for up to 90 days without a visa. In exchange, U.S. citizens and nationals enjoy the same privileges when traveling to other visa waiver countries.
This month we introduce you to Matthew Young, the fellow with Catholic Charities of Jackson, Inc. in Jackson, Mississippi.