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New Affiliates (January 2015)

CLINIC welcomes the following new member/subscribers: Esperanza Social Service in Rio Grande City, Texas.  Sandra Hernandez, M.S.W., Executive Director, advises that the agency is seeking BIA recognition with one partial accredited representative.

BIA Agency Recognition and Staff Accreditations (January 2015)

Agency Recognition and Staff Accreditation CLINIC congratulates member agencies and program staff on receiving Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) agency recognition and accreditation credentials. BIA Agency Recognition:

The Role of Public Libraries in Naturalization

Did you know that public libraries in your community can help with your program’s naturalization efforts? Join us for a free webinar to learn how libraries are prepared to support the immigrant community.

A Journey of Gratitude

I am Sister Delia Obenza, O.P., a full member of the Congregation of the Dominican Sisters of the Most Holy Rosary of the Philippines. I am currently assigned as the Director of Religious Education Program at Holy Angels Church in Colma, California.  I am also the regional secretary of the Hawaii region.

Webinar: All About LPRs and Travel Abroad

In this webinar, CLINIC attorneys Kristina Karpinski and Susan Schreiber will review the variety of legal issues and complications related to LPR travel.

FirstGEN Welcomes New Partner, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 22, 2015 – The Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC), the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (Lawyers’ Committee), and the National Immigration Law Center (NILC) welcome Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC (Advancing Justice | AAJC) as a new partner, to expand the First Generation Civil Rights Fellowship (FirstGEN) program.

Webinar: All About Cubans

President Obama recently moved to normalize relations between the United States and Cuba by lifting trade restrictions and softening the travel ban. How will these efforts affect Cubans currently in the United States and those planning on coming?

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