Sign up for enews

Learn More

Login Logout Search



Jennie Guilfoyle will be leaving CLINIC soon and wants to express her goodbyes: “After six and a half wonderful years at CLINIC, I am moving on to a new challenge. My last day at CLINIC will be August 30.In early September I will start a new job at the State Department, in the Visa Office, where I will continue to work on immigration issues. While I’m very excited about this new job, it is a bittersweet departure, as I will greatly miss my incredible colleagues at CLINIC, and all of you in the CLINIC network.

Updates on Family-Based Immigration from the VSC and NVC

By Jennie Guilfoyle On July 9-10, 2013, CLINIC conducted a training on family-based immigration in Manchester NH. Representatives from the Vermont Service Center, the National Visa Center, and the Manchester USCIS field office attended the training and answered questions. The training was followed on July 11 by a tour of the NVC, at which NVC staff answered further questions. This article summarizes the highlights of remarks by staff from the VSC and the NVC. Vermont Service Center Background on the VSC

New DACA Application Form and Instructions

A new edition of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) application (Form I-821D) and instructions, dated June 25, 2013, is now available on the USCIS website. After September 9, 2013, USCIS will only accept this version of the DACA application form.

Overview of State Resolutions in Support of Comprehensive Immigration Reform (Sept 2013)

States Voice Support for Federal Immigration Reform 

Download as PDF Overview of State Resolutions in Support of Comprehensive Immigration Reform 

Become an Affiliate

CLINIC offers services on an yearly basis to its Catholic members and non-Catholic subscribers, who make up its network of non-profit legal services providers. Non-profit organizations that offer services to low-income and vulnerable immigrants are welcome to join CLINIC's affiliate network as a member or subscriber.