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  • Jan 25, 2013: DACA Evaluation: Beyond the Numbers
    Jan 25, 2013: January 23, 2013
  • Jan 10, 2013: Update on Provisional Waivers for Unlawful Presence Webinar
    Jan 10, 2013: This webinar discussed the recent final regulation implementing the provisional waivers for unlawful presence. Click here to view the PowerPoint slides. Held on January 8, 2013.
  • Oct 3, 2012: CLINIC Quarterly Webinar
    Oct 3, 2012: CLINIC's third quarterly review of legal updates and news of CLINIC's initiatives discusses 1) updated legal information regarding USCIS implementation of DACA, 2) advocacy efforts on DACA and other initiatives, 3) program management tips on meeting the increased demand for services, 4) recent BIA cases concerning fiances, 5) the DHS memo on TRIG and adjustment of status for asylees and refugees...

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  • Mar 28, 2012: Religious Worker Visa Program Sign On Letter
    Mar 28, 2012: CLINIC and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops joined other faith-based organizations in asking Congress to permanently extend the Religious Worker Visa Program.  See the letter here.
  • Mar 21, 2012: Advocates Support Expansion of the Executive Office for Immigration Review’s (...
    Mar 21, 2012: The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, along with other faith-based, human rights, immigrant advocacy, and legal service organizations expressed thir support for expanding the Legal Orientation Program (LOP), a program within the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). Since its launch in 2003, LOP has generated bipartisan support because of its...
  • Mar 13, 2012: Comments on Public Meetings: Proposed Changes to Regulations Governing...
    Mar 13, 2012: The Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) submits these comments in response to the request for public comment by the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) in advance of its two public meetings on the agency's proposal to amend the regulations governing the recognition of organizations and accreditation of representatives who appear before EOIR.

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