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CLINIC offers subscription benefits to non-Catholic nonprofit organizations that provide charitable services to low-income and vulnerable immigrants. These organizations are known as subscribers. HOW TO BECOME A SUBSCRIBER

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WHO ARE CLINIC'S MEMBERS?

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<h3><strong>CURRENT MEMBERS - </strong><a href="/welcome-clinic-members" target="_blank"><strong>RENEW ONLINE</strong><strong>&nbsp;</strong></a></h3>
<p>Starting November 2012, CLINIC members can renew their organization membership for 2013 online. To do so, please log in to the members section of the website using the User Log-in box at the top of the page.</p>
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Webinar - DACA - One Year Later

This webinar is for legal service providers and others helping DREAMers apply for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). One year after DACA’s launch, we will review important DACA developments and explore ways we can continue to improve DACA-related services.

Naturalization Tips: The Importance of Planning Ahead

CLINIC and its affiliates have long advocated naturalization for all eligible permanent residents.  In the Religious Immigration Section of CLINIC, we echo this sentiment and strongly encourage religious workers to pursue naturalization. While there are numerous resources to help a foreign national learn U.S.

Address Changes: The Importance of Keeping USCIS Informed

All foreign nationals who are in the United States in nonimmigrant status or as permanent residents must notify USCIS of any address changes within 10 days of the change. Fortunately, reporting a new address is very easy. A foreign national must simply complete Form AR-11, which is available at www.uscis.gov.  This form can be submitted either electronically or by traditional, regular mail.

RIS Welcomes New Staff Members

The Religious Immigration Section (RIS) of CLINIC added two new members in 2013.  While several of our clients and friends have already interacted and are familiar with them, we’d like to formally introduce Nicole and Inda.

Advance Parole for DACA Recipients

Advance Parole for DACA Recipients By Emily Creighton, Mary Kenney, and Patrick Taurel (American Immigration Council) and Susan Schreiber and Tatyana Delgado (CLINIC)  Introduction

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