Panel Discussion on Immigration Reform – Open to Public
Co-hosted by South Asian American Policy and Research Institute and Indian American Bar Association of Chicago
June 11, 6:00 pm
DePaul Law School (25 E. Jackson), Lewis Building, Room 241
The national conversation in recent months has been dominated by comprehensive immigration reform. With South Asian Americans being one of the area’s largest immigrant groups, what does immigration reform mean for our community? How would reform affect the continuing immigration of South Asians who enter the United States through employment-based and family-based channels?
Come learn about all this and more at an upcoming interactive panel at DePaul Law School. Speakers will include:
– Ami Gandhi, Executive Director, SAAPRI
– Andy Kang, Legal Director, Advancing Justice Chicago
– Professor Sioban Albiol, DePaul Law School (Professor of Immigration Law and Policy and Asylum/Immigration Law Clinic)
– Tejas Shah, Associate Attorney, Kriezelman Burton and Associates
The panel will be moderated by Rishi Agrawal of IABA-Chicago. A question and answer session will follow the panel discussion.
See Hi India‘s article about the event on page 22 of the June 7, 2013 issue.