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  • Mar 25, 2014: All About BIA Recognition & Accreditation
    Mar 25, 2014: Would you like to know more about how your nonprofit agency and staff can become authorized to provide immigration legal services? Join us for this webinar training on Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) agency recognition and staff accreditation.
  • Feb 26, 2014: Webinar: What's New About the New N-400?
    Feb 26, 2014: The webinar will discuss changes in the format and content of the new N-400.
  • Nov 22, 2013: Webinar: State and Local Immigration Laws: Recap of 2013 and Outlook for 2014
    Nov 22, 2013: Click here to download the PowerPoint Slides This webinar reviews some of the anti-immigrant and pro-immigrant laws passed by states in 2013 on topics including state-issued identification and driver's licenses, refugee resettlement, immigration enforcement, and access to higher education. Panelists also provide proactive and defensive advocacy strategies. Finally, they address the state-level...

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  • Jan 9, 2013: CLINIC Comments on USCIS Revisions to Form I-131, Application for Travel...
    Jan 9, 2013: On December 31, 2012, CLINIC, the American Immigration Council, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association responded to USCIS’s Notice of Revisions to Form I-131, Application for Travel Document. 
  • Jan 1, 2013: CLINIC Comments on USCIS Revisions to Form I-131, Application for Travel...
    Jan 1, 2013: On December 31, 2012, CLINIC, the American Immigration Council, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association responded to USCIS’s Notice of Revisions to Form I-131, Application for Travel Document.
  • Nov 1, 2012: Comments on the Department of Health and Human Services' DACA/Lawfully...
    Nov 1, 2012: On October 23, 2012, CLINIC and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops submitted comments to the Department of Health and Human Services in response to the Department’s amendment of the definition of the term “lawfully present.”  The amendment will prevent those granted deferred action under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program from accessing affordable health...

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  • Oct 16, 2013: What the Bishops Are Saying - California
    Oct 16, 2013: Archbishop Gomez: What can we do now on immigration reform? - February 21, 2014 Archbishop Gomez: No path to U.S. citizenship would mean 'permanent underclass' - January 14, 2014
  • Oct 16, 2013: What the Bishops Are Saying - New Mexico
    Oct 16, 2013: Op Ed in Arizona Republic by Bishops Gerald Kicanas of Tucson, Thomas J. Olmsted of Phoenix, Eduardo Nevares of Phoenix, and James Wall of Gallup, New Mexico on behalf of the Arizona Catholic Conference - April 23, 2013 Family Beyond Borders: An Open Letter from the Bishops of the Border Region of Mexico, Texas and New Mexico - November 28, 2013
  • Oct 16, 2013: What the Bishops Are Saying - Arizona
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  • Dec 29, 2008: Facts for Documented and Undocumented Workers Helping to Clean-up and Rebuild...
    Dec 29, 2008: IMMIGRANT WORKERS’ RIGHTS All workers, including documented and undocumented immigrant workers, are protected by many U.S. employment and labor laws. Rights that may apply to workers depending upon the circumstances include: Right to be paid. In most instances, workers have the right to be paid minimum wage ($5.15 an hour) and to receive overtime pay for work over 40 hours a week. If workers do...
  • Dec 29, 2008: Individual Tax Identification Numbers (ITIN): Practical Guidelines for...
    Dec 29, 2008: What is an ITIN? ITIN stands for Individual Tax Identification Number. It is a nine-digit number issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to individuals who do not qualify for a Social Security Number (SSN). The ITIN always begins with the number 9 and has a 7 or 8 in the fourth digit. For example: 9XX-7X-XXXX. An ITIN permits individuals without a valid Social Security Number (SSN) to:
  • Dec 22, 2008: Statements of Pope Benedict XVI Regarding Immigration
    Dec 22, 2008: Words from His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI, Regarding ImmigrationDuring His Apostolic Journey to the United StatesApril 15-20 2008

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