This four-week training on the grounds of inadmissibility provides an in-depth examination of the most common grounds of inadmissibility. The training will cover when and to whom inadmissibility applies.
This six-week e-learning course provides the new immigration practitioner with an overview of immigration law concepts and the practice skills necessary to be an effective advocate.
This six-week training will explore the process of gaining permanent residence through a family relationship. We will cover which individuals are eligible based on family relationships, and how each step of the process works.
Access to E-Learning Orientation Webinar and Course Website: March 5
Topic for Week 1: March 5 –March 12: Family-Based Immigration: How it Works, Who’s Covered, Nuts and Bolts of Petition Process
Week 1, February 18 -25: All About Kids
Topics Covered: Satisfying the definition of “child” in the INA, including stepchildren, adopted children and children born out of wedlock; derivative beneficiaries; retention of priority dates; Child Status Protection Act; Child Citizenship Act
Webinar: Tuesday, February 25, 2:00-3:30 eastern
Week 2, February 26 –March 4: All About Spouses
There’s no question that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has touched the lives of thousands of young people and, in turn, continues to inspire activism for immigration reform, transcending communities to inform federal action. At CLINIC, we are moved by the journeys of so many DREAMers. One such inspirational young woman is Denia Perez, the nation’s first Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) accredited DREAMer.
Under the 1996 Welfare Reform Act, undocumented pregnant women are ineligible for federally-funded prenatal care. The Act also denies them access to care funded by state and local governments, unless the state passes a law affirmatively extending eligibility to unauthorized immigrants. In 2002, the U.S.
This webinar reviews some of the anti-immigrant and pro-immigrant laws passed by states in 2013 on topics including state-issued identification and driver's licenses, refugee resettlement, immigration enforcement, and access to higher education. Panelists also provide proactive and defensive advocacy strategies. Finally, they address the state-level immigration policy outlook for 2014.
Held on: 11/22/13
CLINIC values the dedication and commitment to service demonstrated by our affiliate agencies in their work with their communities. We wish to highlight outstanding individual agency staff in a series of profiles appearing
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