In call to faithful service to all whom the Lord sends our way, we remember that there is a name and human story (and often a story of Faith) behind each name and form we fill out , and we remember to always step forward in faith each day in the call and the mission that the Lord gives to each one of us in all of the ways that we are involved with CLINIC to serve “the least among us.”
Washington D.C. - The Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) is disappointed at the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) response to U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee’s ruling on the detention of young mothers and children fleeing persecution in their home countries and seeking asylum in the United States. In its response filed on August 6, 2015, the DOJ requested that Judge Gee reconsider her ruling in light of the government’s recent detention policy and practice changes announced in May and June.
Registration and additional information coming soon.
For inquiries contact Jerusha Haasenritter at email@example.com.
This two-day training will provide updated information and analysis on selected topics in family-based immigration.
[A Honduran gang] said they would take my daughter away from me and kill her. That’s why I took the decision to come here. But I didn’t know that I would be locked up for so long... Why don’t they let us out?
- Celina Gutiérrez, a mother detained in Dilley, Texas, according to the Huffington Post.