Our Broken Immgration System and How to Fix It
headlines tell us that up to 800 immigrant children are still in detention
centers separated from their families and that the president is willing to shut
down the government unless Congress funds a border wall . . .
If you feel that it would be a good time to hear from one of this country's leading experts on immigration law you're in luck. This Thursday, at 9:00 AM, in the Spaulding Auditorium, in Hanover, NH, OSHER@Dartmouth presents the fourth of the six-part lecture series, Our Divided Country: How to Find Common Ground. This week's topic, Our Broken Immgration System and How to Fix It, will be presented by Stephen Yale-Loehr, Esq., Professor of Immigration Law at Cornell Law School. He'll explain why our current immigration policies don't work and what you can do to help fix them.
Prof. Yale-Loehr is the author of many books on core immigration issues, including Green Card Stories and America's Challenge: Domestic Security, Civil Liberties, and National Unity After September 11. He is listed in the International Who's Who of Immigration Lawyers as "one of the best immigration lawyers in the world." He often testifies before Congress on immigration issues and is a frequent analyst and contributor on NPR, NYT, WSJ, CNN, Fortune, and the Financial Times.
For more information go to osher.dartmouth.edu or call (603) 646-0154.