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How to Offer Tax Preparation Assistance Services at your Agency

Good moral character is a requirement for naturalization applicants. Paying taxes is one way to establish good moral character, and immigration legal service programs and their agencies can easily assist their clients with this important task. In preparation for the 2015 tax season, attend this webinar to learn quick and easy ways to establish this service within your own agency. Learn how offering tax assistance preparation services promotes immigrant integration within your agency and community.


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Sponsors and Exhibitors - Convening 2015

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Photo Contest

How do you see your work? CLINIC calls all affiliates to share their passion for social justice through a new lens. Send us photos of how your work embodies the 2015 CLINIC Convening theme, “A Nation of Immigrants, A Network of Hope.”  

Special Events - Convening 2015

May 13th Nonprofit Leadership Workshop Join a close-knit group of executive directors from around the country for a daylong workshop to learn the basics of immigration law, ways to support your program staff, and strategies for engaging funders and the public on the importance of legal immigration programs to your community and mission. Learn more.  

Registration - Convening 2015

Registration for CLINIC’s 17th Annual Convening is now open! All registrations and payments must be received by Friday, April 10, 2015. No registrations will be accepted at Convening.    Register for the Convening (and optional Nonprofit Leadership Workshop)
Two Convening attendees get training

About Our Convening

CLINIC's 17th Annual Convening May 13-15, 2015 Sheraton Hotel - Salt Lake City, Utah Click here for agenda.  Looking to expand your knowledge of immigration law hot topics and best practices in program management? 

Profound Gratitude for an Anonymous Gift

Recently, CLINIC received a piece of mail with the postal stamp of “Austin, Texas.” The envelope bore no name. Inside, there was no note, just a money order, for $10 made out to the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.  We were extremely moved by this small but profound gift. Without a return address, we could not send a thank you note so our appreciation compels us to show our gratitude for this, and all generous gifts, made for the benefit of vulnerable newcomers, in a blog post.  When we consider this kindness of donors such as this, we recall the words of Christ: