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Bishops Describe Inhumane Practice of Family Detention

Bishop Jaime Soto of Sacramento, California and member of CLINIC’s board of directors reported on the Catholic Church’s migration-related work in the United States at the U.S. Bishops’ Spring Annual Assembly.  Bishop Soto described the efforts of CLINIC staff to provide legal services at the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas.

Bishops: Holding Families at Detention Centers a Violation of International Law

Bishop Jaime Soto of Sacramento, California and member of CLINIC’s board of directors addressed the June 2015 meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in St. Louis.

South Texas Residential Center Receives Child Care License

The South Texas Residential Center in Dilley, Texas received a Temporary Shelter Program  certificate on May 22, 2015.

Executive Actions on Immigration: The Critical Role of Consulates in Protecting and Preparing their Nationals

On May 26, 2015, CLINIC, the American Immigration Council (AIC), and Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) hosted Executive Actions on Immigration: The Critical Role of Consulates in Protecting and Preparing their Nationals.

Webinar: Training Teachers: Tricks, Tools and Strategies for Volunteer-based Language Learning Programs

Join us for this webinar as we learn the nuts and bolts of staffing your program along with tricks and tips to effectively train and keep high-quality teachers.

CLINIC Welcomes Advocacy Attorney Jill Marie Bussey

CLINIC welcomes Jill Marie Bussey as Advocacy Attorney. Her efforts will engage CLINIC affiliates, other advocates, and government agencies to guide the implementation of President Obama’s executive orders on immigration. Jill focuses on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA), enforcement priorities, and other topics.   How have you been involved in immigration advocacy?

Federal District Court Denies Emergency Stay Request on Executive Action

On Tuesday, May 26, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the government’s request for an emergency stay of the injunction issued by a Brownsville judge in February.  That injunction stopped implementation of the expanded DACA and the DAPA programs that were already set to begin. The district court found that the plaintiffs – 26 states – had standing to bring the lawsuit and it found that the government had violated the Administrative Procedures Act (APA) in failing to publish regulations before implementing the programs.

Other Case Management Tools and Forms

Back to the Case Management Toolkit   Case management forms are essential in immigration practice.  Below is a list of commonly used forms by practitioners.   This is not an exhaustive list, but a list to help you think what forms you need for your immigration program.   Each form contains a sample primarily to educate you about the forms’ purpose and content.  We encourage you to review the sample forms as educational pieces and to create your own forms that best suit your program.   

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