Come learn and talk about U.S. immigration law and policy!
- 9:00 PM
Thursday Mar 28, 2013
room 111, Old Main
"Who can come? Who can stay? Who must leave?"
Come listen to keynote speaker Emily Good, Staff Attorney for Research, Education & Advocacy at the Advocates for Human Rights discuss the ins and outs of the immigration legal system. She will cover the basics of contemporary immigration law, including refugee and asylum processes, family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, and deportation, as well as the policies behind United States immigration law and the impact of the law. The talk will be geared specifically towards a Macalester audience.
Two Macalester students will also speak about their own experiences with the US citizenship process, and there will be opportunities for small group discussion.
Desserts will be served!
RSVP to Laura Levinson, CEC Issue Area Organizer for Immigrants and Refugees: at firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is for: Students, Staff and Faculty
Sponsored By: Civic Engagement Center
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