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Clients often have previous entrances and exits into and out of the United States by the time they walk into your office.
The change in administrations in January 2021 quickly brought sweeping changes to the federal government’s immigration enforcement priorities.
As immigration organizations with limited resources, we may at times focus our energy advocating for particular communities (which may be the issues garnering the most media attention at the time).
Parole is a vehicle through which an applicant receives permission to enter or remain in the United States without being granted admission or lawful status.
As Afghan evacuees and other vulnerable populations add to legal services demands in 2022 and beyond, increasing the capacity of nonprofit legal services organizations through the Recognition &
Afghan evacuees who are being resettled in the United States will require support and legal assistance over the coming months and years.
While there is a generous waiver for U nonimmigrant status applicants, inadmissibility can still cause tremendous problems.
Each year the Catholic Church and other faiths bring hundreds of foreign-born religious workers to the United States to minister and perform other traditional religious duties.
Immigration practitioners work in a fast-paced, demanding environment but always have a duty to represent their clients ethically.
You’ve interviewed your client and they disclosed an arrest by local law enforcement and a stop at the border. What should you do next?
Since the start of the Biden administration, many changes have occurred in both asylum case law and regulations that can change the course of a client’s asylum application and related benefits.
This workshop will review the process and steps involved in obtaining an immigrant visa and explain the roles of the National Visa Center and U.S. consulates overseas.
Special Immigrant Juveniles who are eligible to adjust status pursue their applications before USCIS, and in some cases, before EOIR.
This panel will build on the information covered in the preceding “Understanding Motions to Rescind and Reopen In Absentia Orders of Removal” session by giving participants an opportunity to apply
Join CLINIC’s government relations team in conversation with Department of Homeland Security agencies on how to escalate multiple types of case issues.
A criminal impact can have a serious impact on an applicant’s eligibility for naturalization.
Where a noncitizen has been ordered removed because they did not attend their immigration court hearing, a motion to rescind and reopen may be an important tool for helping the noncitizen remain in
Immigrant integration and inclusion happen most effectively at the local level.
Join the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., and NETWORK Lobby as they launch a new initiative: Catholics Against Racism in Immigration, or CARI.
The only constant in immigration law is change. This workshop will review some notable recent developments impacting immigration practitioners and our clients.