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The Current Impact of Today's US Immigration System and Policies

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The Current Impact of Today’s U.S. Immigration System and Policies

Real World Ramifications for the TriState, Historical Context and Possible Solutions

An Evening with Dr. Bryan Wright, Julie LeMaster, Esq. & Doug Halpert, Esq.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019 - 5:30 p.m. Reception/6:15 p.m. Dinner/7:00 p.m. Presentation

Dr. Bryan Wright is Interim Executive Director of Cincinnati Compass, a collaborative project of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, City of Cincinnati, and more than 65 community partners who believe that immigrants and refugees are key contributors to a strong regional economy and a diverse, vibrant community. Most of his career focuses on immigrant and refugee integration toward inclusive economic development. Julie LeMaster, Esq. is Founder/Executive Director of the Immigrant and Refugee Law Center, which provides free legal services to low-income immigrant and refugee families through Community Learning Centers in Cincinnati Public Schools. Julie is a passionate human rights lawyer with extensive experience with these issues. She works locally, nationally and globally to advance human rights and gender equality, most recently in conflict affected countries, and has a deep understanding of issues facing these communities. Douglas Halpert, Esq. is Partner of Hammond Law Group LLC with 31 years’experience representing companies, universities, not-for-profits, students and professionals in navigating the work visa, permanent residence (green card) and naturalization process, and has been listed in Best Lawyers in America for over a quarter century.

Dr. Wright and attorneys LeMaster and Halpert will discuss the immigration system and policies including their impact on TriState companies, universities, not-for-profits, and families with a focus on the latest regulatory and policy developments; legislative, regulatory and policy choices for Congress and the Administration; and perspective on the current dynamic in terms of U.S. immigration history and how other countries handle immigration.

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Reserve dinner for yourself and your guests at www.fplcohio.org “Events” page - you can pay by Paypal or Credit Card or RSVP to fplcohio@gmail.com or Cynthia Cummins at (513-745-3922). Dinner is $30 for members* / $35 for nonmembers. *Members include: FPLC, Brueggeman Center and GCWAC.