Thursday, November 7, 2013, 12:50pm-1:50pm, W300
Didn’t get a chance to read all of the 1,197 pages of the Senate Immigration Bill? That’s okay! Come join us for lunch and listen to a panel of experienced immigration reform activists explain key aspects of the bill.
If enacted, the Immigration Bill would comprise the largest-scale overhaul of our immigration system in more than 25 years. The bill would provide a road to U.S. citizenship for as many as 11 million unauthorized immigrants, allocate billions for militarization of the southern border, and restructure the family immigration system. It includes sweeping changes in the treatment of both existing undocumented workers and aspiring immigrants. The effects of the Immigration Bill are vast and far reaching, so be sure to know how!
Lenni Benson, Professor of Law, New York Law School
Mark Noferi, Associate Fellow at the Center for Migration Studies
Michael Mandel, Co-Chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association Media Advocacy Committee
Attendees at this program may be eligible for one hour of CLE credit in professional practice for both transitional and non-transitional attorneys.
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