Although the successes of immigrant entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley’s technology industry are well known, the startling reality is that Silicon Valley’s legal support infrastructure cannot accommodate the high number of low-income immigrants in need of legal immigration services. According to The Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration at the University of Southern California, 36% of the population of Sa
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CLINIC is pleased to announce another option for immigration law training through e-learning: independent study courses that are available to you whenever it is most convenient for you to enroll.
Would you like to know more about how your nonprofit agency and staff can become authorized to provide immigration legal services? During this webinar, we will discuss the requirements for recognition and accreditation; the process for submitting an application; and the latest BIA developments.
On February 4, 2014, USCIS released its long-awaited revision of the Form N-400 (Application for Naturalization). A draft of the new form was published in the Federal Register for comment on December 20, 2012 and again on March 20, 2013. CLINIC submitted comments on the draft together with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) on February 15, 2013. The comments are posted on the CLINIC website at https://cliniclegal.org/resources/revisions-to-application-for-naturaliz....
Please join us for a free webinar on the new Form N-400. The new 21-page N-400 is 11 pages longer than the previous form and includes new questions related to security and child soldier related issues. The webinar will discuss changes in the format and content of the new N-400.
The webinar will discuss the rules related to adoption petitions and the Hague Convention requirements in light of the December 2013 memo.
An incredible story of perseverance, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland has recently reconstituted its immigration legal services (ILS) program, with two full time attorneys and a full time Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) accredited representative. Over 780 immigration consultations have been provided since 2011, and the program expects to generate 28% of its budget in fee income this year. The program’s current success is no small feat and was achieved with considerable effort over the last three years. Cleveland’s story is a case study for CLINIC’s capacity building services a
Granting driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants improves public safety on our roads.
- Extending driving privileges to undocumented immigrants will require individuals to take driver’s tests and properly register with the state’s motor vehicle agency.
- Licensed drivers know the rules of the road and have a proper understanding of traffic regulations.