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2D Barcode Technology and Third-Party Software Compatibility

By Allison Posner   On November 6, 2013, USCIS held a stakeholder engagement on its new 2D barcode technology.  The new technology is part of the agency’s Forms Improvement Initiative, intended to enhance the agency’s ability to conduct intake at the lockboxes quickly and accurately.

2012 Annual Report

Open Publication   Dear Friends: At CLINIC, we believe that immigrants deserve access to quality, affordable legal services. We know that if we don’t get it right, the consequences can be high -- exploitation, family separation, deportation. We fight such affronts to human dignity by supporting a network of community agencies, educating them on the law and any changes that may come, and offering direct representation for certain populations.

Partnership Toolkit

There are several ways to establish a partnership and many tools to use that can help organize and manage the operations. This toolkit includes sample materials for managing a partnership, guidelines for working within a partnership, and tips on what to look for in a potential partner.

Virtual Office Tour

Welcome to CLINIC Lobby Area

Client Feature: The Immigration Journey of Sr. Honorata Grzeszczuk

I received my Green Card last week and this is a good time to recall the whole process. I came to the United States in 2011. I was born in Poland. If someone told me a few years ago that I would be living in the United States, I would not believe them.

RIS Staff Retreat - Fall 2013

By Nicole Bonjean RIS Staff Attorney   

Extension of Stay Denials - When to Leave the U.S.

Once an extension of stay is denied, a foreign national must make plans to immediately depart the United States.  The Customs and Border Protection website offers guidance regarding how long a person can remain in the U.S. following the denial of the extension

Tips and Tricks for Accessing an Electronic I-94

By Megan S. Turngren RIS Staff Attorney    Beginning in May 2013, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) stopped issuing paper I-94 cards and instead began requiring that the foreign national access the I-94 information on the CBP website.  For the past six months, both attorneys and foreign nationals have been working diligently to try to understand the new electronic I-94 system.  

The Year of DACA

By Minyoung Ohm RIS Staff Attorney   

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