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Parole is a vehicle through which an applicant receives permission to enter or remain in the United States without being granted formal admission. This practice

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Many Afghans paroled into the United States in 2021 and 2022 are seeking to reunify with family members left behind in Afghanistan or who are residing in third countries. This FAQ provides an overview of both the traditional immigration pathways as well as the new avenues for refugee processing and family reunification available to Afghan […]

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This guide, co-published by CLINIC and Migration Refugee Services, provides information and samples of the type of documents that Afghan parolees may be issued by DHS. It explains what resettlement agencies should look for when determining an Afghan parolee’s eligibility for resettlement benefits as well what immigration practitioner should look for when determining an Afghan […]

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Parole is a vehicle through which an applicant receives permission to enter or remain in the United States without being granted formal admission. This practice advisory provides an overview of parole, including which agencies can grant it, what factors the adjudicator may consider when deciding whether to grant parole, and what benefits a parolee enjoys, […]

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On March 9, 2021, all enforcement of the DHS Public Charge rule ended, and the agency discontinued use of Form I-944. The agency also removed the rule from the Code of Federal Regulations. It is now reinstating the 1999 interim guidance on public charge. This FAQ answers common questions on the Public Charge standard that […]

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Watch this webinar for an overview of the U.S. naturalization process and citizenship benefits. CLINIC discussed basic eligibility requirements and what clients can expect as they move through the application process.

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Watch this webinar to receive an overview of CLINIC’s community education tool. The webinar reviews: the benefits of citizenship; the primary reasons why people don’t apply for citizenship; citizenship application requirements; the application process; the citizenship interview; things that complicate the application process; and how clients can protect themselves.

Often, we talk about monitoring, evaluation and reporting as activities we do for donors. This webinar offered guidance on reframing the discussion. Participants learned the benefits of reframing monitoring, evaluation and reporting as “telling a story” as well as five steps to begin using data to tell a story about immigration programs. Although the examples presented […]

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This handout summarizes the benefits of becoming a U.S. citizen. It can be used during a community outreach event on the citizenship application process. It is available in English, Arabic, French, Nepali, Somali, and Spanish. This tip sheet is part of the CLINIC Citizenship Toolkit. For more multilingual citizenship education materials, see the complete Citizenship […]

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These presentation slides can be used in a community outreach event on the citizenship application process. They are available in English, Arabic, French, Nepali, Somali, and Spanish. This tool is part of the CLINIC Citizenship Toolkit. For more multilingual citizenship education materials, see the complete Citizenship Toolkit, comprising the Citizenship Navigator Training Guide and associated […]

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This evaluation form can be used to assess attendee learning and collect feedback about your community outreach event on the citizenship application process. It is available in English, Arabic, French, Nepali, Somali, and Spanish. This tool is part of the CLINIC Citizenship Toolkit. For more multilingual citizenship education materials, see the complete Citizenship Toolkit, comprising […]