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Immigration issues discussed Sept. 11 at Roosevelt University's American Dream Reconsidered Conference

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Aziz Huq and Maria Blanco

Leading immigration experts Maria Blanco, executive director of the Immigrant Legal Services Center at the Unversity of California and Aziz Huq, the Frank and Bernice J. Greenberg, professor of law at the University of Chicago, will take a look at our immigration landscape, discussing latest issues and decisions impacting U.S. immigration today during a session called Coming to America: Immigration in a New World.

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Contact:

Laura Janota, Roosevelt University, 312-341-3511 or ljanota@roosevelt.edu

What:

Leading immigration experts Maria Blanco, executive director of the Immigrant Legal Services Center at the Unversity of California and Aziz Huq, the Frank and Bernice J. Greenberg, professor of law at the University of Chicago, will take a look at our immigration landscape, discussing latest issues and decisions impacting U.S. immigration today during a session called Coming to America: Immigration in a New World.

When

Monday, Sept. 11, 2017,  3:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Where:

Roosevelt University, 430 S. Michigan Ave. , Chicago, lll. 7th Floor Ganz Hall

About Roosevelt University

Roosevelt University, a private institution founded in 1945 on the principles of inclusion and social justice, has more than 4,500 students in five colleges. With campuses in the Chicago Loop and northwest suburban Schaumburg, Roosevelt offers 70 undergraduate and 40 graduate programs across five colleges and online, including arts and sciences, business, performing arts, education and pharmacy. Roosevelt has been ranked the fourth most racially diverse private university in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report – Best Colleges Rankings. For more information, visit www.roosevelt.edu.

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