Fact Checking the Immigration Process Presentation in Troy April 22


Fact Checking the Immigration Process Presentation in Troy April 22

Troy, MI – If you are curious about the vetting process for legal immigrants, their restrictions and freedoms, and the adjustment challenges and needs they face upon arrival, please plan to attend this forum. Sponsored by the South Oakland Vicariate Justice & Peace Committee and Neighbors In Faith. Light refreshments will be served. High school and college students are welcome. 

2-4 p.m. Sunday, April 22
St. Thomas More Church, 4580 Adams Road, Troy, MI

Join a discussion with immigration attorneys

Bushra Malik

J.D. University of Michigan Law School

Rebecca Robichaud

Assistant (Clinical) Professor, Assistant Director of Externships, Wayne State Law School explores:

§  Are immigrants a tax burden we can no longer afford?

§  Is there a threat to our security?

§  Are there too many loopholes that let in undesirables?

§  Whatever happened to the melting pot where immigrants adapt

to American ways?



Visit the Event Page for other fun and educational things to do!

To submit an event, email info to editor@oc115.com

Thank you to White Castle for sponsoring the Bold Move Event Page!

Order sliders online, or search for the location near you.



About the author

Oakland County Times has written 11351 articles for Oakland County Times

The Oakland County Times started with one city in 2009 and has grown to the community news hub you see today. Contact editor@oc115.com if you have any questions, comments, event listings, etc. Please support this work by becoming an advertising sponsor or check out our online community garden. Also happy to hear tips and story ideas.

Comments are closed.