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National Legal Center for Immigrants

U.S. Citizenship: Acquisition, Derivation and Naturalization

Tue, 01/10/2012 - 14:00 to Tue, 02/07/2012 - 15:30

E-learning Course: 

U.S. Citizenship: Acquisition, Derivation and Naturalization

January 10- February 7, 2012 

Click here for a more detailed course outline including the dates and times of the five webinars.  Before registering for this training, please make sure that you will be available for these webinars. 

Introduction to Immigration Law Practice: A Course for New Practitioners

Wed, 01/25/2012 - 17:30 to Thu, 01/26/2012 - 16:45

  Introduction to Immigration Law Practice:

A Course for New Practitioners 

Co-Sponsored by

Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) and
Catholic Charities of Central Florida

 January 25-26, 2012
8:45 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. – Day One
8:45 a.m. – 4:45p.m. – Day Two


Training Location: 

Supreme Court to Rule on Hard-Fought Immigration Issues

By Nadine Wettstein

The U.S. Supreme Court will be ruling on at least four major immigration issues in its 2011-2012 term, which began on October 3, 2011.  The Court may yet add additional cases and issues to the docket. The Court’s decisions promise to settle some long-fought arguments and significantly affect the development of immigration law.  The following is a short summary of the cases and questions the Court already has accepted this term.

Immigration - A 50-State Issue: A Focus on State and Local Immigration Initiatives

CLINIC and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops will be hosting a conference on state and local immigration issues.  The conference will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah from January 11 through13, 2012.  We will discuss methods for opposing enforcement initiatives and supporting comprehensive immigration reform.

Secure Communities

Last month, DHS’s Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) released a report outlining its findings and recommendations regarding the Secure Communities Program.  CLINIC shared its concerns that the recommendations do not go far enough to correct the real problems with the program.  On October 18, CLINIC wrote a letter to the HSAC welcoming several of the recommendations proposed by the Task Force.  CLINIC reiterated, however, the concerns expressed in our August letter to the Task Force and called upon HSAC to consider broader reforms.  CLINIC continues its active advocacy role with respe