Immigration Policy Forum – Panel I: New Jersey and Inclusion Initiatives, Then and Now (4/26/19) Immigration Policy Forum – Keynote by The Hon. Gurbir Grewal, NJ Attorney General (4/26/19) Immigration Policy Forum – Panel II: The Future of Immigrant Youths in New Jersey (4/26/19) Immigration Policy Forum – Panel III: Towards More Inclusive State and Local Policies (4/26/19)
Immigrants, especially those who are unauthorized and/or subject to removal, need the help of citizens and other documented individuals. Community activist and immigrant rights advocate Ravi Ragbir will provide best advocacy practices for vulnerable immigrants, including those who must report to immigration check-ins and those who are required to go to immigration court. Here’s the link to RSVP: https://events.law.rutgers.edu/#!view/event/event_id/255
Immigration lawyers, and students interested in immigration law joined The Center for Immigration Law, Policy and Justice for an informal networking event on March 6. Judge Dorothy Harbeck (Eastern Region Vice President of The National Association of Immigration Judge) and Adjunct Professor gave brief keynote speeches.
Are you a lawful permanent resident who is interested in applying for citizenship? Do you need help preparing for the naturalization test? If so, please join us at Rutgers Law School, every Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 7:30 pM, beginning on March 12th and ending on April 18th. These classes are open to the public! To register, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more questions, contact Habibah Johnson, Program Coordinator at (973) 353-3276.
The Immigration Policy Forum offers an opportunity for Rutgers University faculty, students, and researchers to share their legal and policy research with elected officials and their staff and other stakeholders regarding issues facing New Jersey immigrants, their families and communities. This year’s theme is “New Jersey and Immigrant Inclusion.” We are seeking presentations that explain legal, political, critical, historical, empirical, comparative, cultural analysis, qualitative and/or quantitative research that examine New Jersey laws and policies that have been passed, adopted or proposed at the state, county and municipal levels, which are designed to make the state more inclusive of immigrants and […]