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The White House has announced that federal funding will be allocated for legal assistance to unaccompanied Central American children.  Catholic agencies, including the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) and affiliates, are slated to receive funding to enhance service provision.  Read the article.  October 3, 2014

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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I recently participated in trips to two of the family detention centers currently managed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE): the Artesia Temporary Facility for Adults with Children in New Mexico and the Berks County Residential Center in Pennsylvania.

 In this podcast, CLINIC interviews Father Patrick Delahanty, the recently retired Executive Director of the Catholic Conference of Kentucky. Reflecting on his tenure with the Conference, Father Pat shares stories about combating an “Arizona copycat” bill, working to secure housing for resettled refugees, and prospects for a driver’s license bill in Kentucky.  He also provides valuable advocacy strategies for building relationships with the media and working with allies.

Date recorded: September 2, 2014

The following webinars are from CLINIC's elearning course: Representing Unaccompanied Children: What To Do and How To Do It.  Check back October 29th for a link to the full course, including all reading materials.


 Representing Children in Removal Proceedings


Special Immigrant Juvenile Status