It’s the start of a new year, Congress is back in session, and people are, of course, asking me for the scoop on the prospects of immigration reform. I’m feeling good about 2014. Here are four reasons why.
National Migration Week 2014 has begun and the theme, “Out of Darkness,” calls to my mind the inspiring efforts of the CLINIC network striving to be a light to our fellow sisters and brothers in need. I recently spoke with a staff member at one affiliate organization that I believe embodies the spirit of this week -- the Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama (¡HICA!).
Celebrating the “Posadas” at the Christ Cathedral Campus on December 20, 2013
Over three thousand people joined in the celebration of the Posadas at the Christ Cathedral Campus.
The children of Santa Ana re-enacted the Birth of Christ.
Citizenship for Us is a comprehensive guide to the naturalization process that provides detailed information on citizenship eligibility, requirements, and benefits and a step-by-step explanation of the N-400 (Application for Naturalization). The guide includes 13 study units on U.S. history and civics, historic photos, timelines, a sample naturalization interview, and a chapter on civic participation. It is geared for immigrants, community leaders, ESL teachers, and other non-attorneys.
In this webinar we will review how priority dates are established, how they can be lost, and under what circumstances they may be recovered.