"Nuts and Bolts: How Our Immigration Laws Work (or Don't Work!)"
Nancy Elkind, Immigration Attorney
On February 26 , Nancy Elkind, a Denver
immigration attorney, will discuss "Nuts and Bolts: How Our immigration Laws Work (or Don't Work!)". To understand the problems with our current immigration system it is important to have a basic knowledge of the existing rules and regulations.The discussion will start at 10:25am.
A second discussion,“How Can We Fix Our Broken Immigration System?" will begin at 12:30pm and conclude at 2 pm. The second discussion will explore how to develop a system that meets the needs of families, employers and workers in the U.S.
The Feb. 26th presentation is part of RRUUC's ongoing program, Coffee,Controversy and Conversation (CC&C). The discussion is also part of the Congregation's February, 2012 “Immigration Month” program,
focusing on the ethical and moral issues of immigration. The CC&C presentation is free and open to the public and will be held in theCongregation's Fireside Room. RRUUC is located at 6301 River Road, Bethesda,
Md., 20817; www.rruuc.org.; 301-229-0400