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  • Nov 11, 2014: RIS Attorneys Hit the Road!
    Nov 11, 2014: This summer, several attorneys in the Religious Immigration Section of CLINIC had the opportunity to travel and meet with their clients.  The funding for this special endeavor was provided by a grant from the Open Society Foundation.  These trips provided the attorneys with the chance to meet with clients, provide information regarding religious worker immigration and the need for immigration...
  • Nov 11, 2014: Connecting with Clients
    Nov 11, 2014: By Minyoung Ohm RIS Staff Attorney  
  • Oct 27, 2014: TPS Extended for Hondurans and Nicaraguans
    Oct 27, 2014: Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson has extended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for eligible nationals of Honduras and Nicaragua for an additional 18 months, beginning January 5, 2014 and ending July 6, 2016. Current Honduran and Nicaraguan beneficiaries seeking to extend their TPS status must re-register during the 60-day re-registration period that runs from October 16, 2014, through...

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  • Nov 19, 2010: How to Establish and Develop a Successful ESL Program
    Nov 19, 2010: Held Nov. 16, 2010 Due to an increasing need for quality English as a Second Language (ESL) and Citizenship Test Preparation classes, many community-based organizations are interested in starting their own language learning programs. Combining CLINIC’s key components for program management and Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages’ (TESOL) Standards for Adult Education ESL Programs...
  • Oct 21, 2010: The Mechanics of English Language Learning
    Oct 21, 2010: Held October 21, 2010 This is part 2 of a 3-part series on language access.
  • Oct 7, 2010: Managing Financial Performance
    Oct 7, 2010: Nominal fees for immigration legal services are a core source of funding to start and sustain charitable programs.  By charging nominal fees you can retain a great deal of control over the financial viability of your program.  Conversely, to not charge fees is to put your program at risk of closing or drastic downsizing.

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