Why Courts Matter: Courts and Immigration

WHY COURTS MATTER: THE ROLE OF THE COURTS IN IMMIGRATION

By Nancy Cohen

Do you realize how important a fully functioning federal court system equipped to safeguard the rights of all Americans is to you?  The League, along with its co-sponsors, has again received mini-grants from Progress Florida Education Institute (PFEI) to educate and raise awareness on the impact of federal courts on important issues.

We start with a burning issue: Immigration.

Jacqueline Delgado, daughter of Cuban immigrants and an active immigration lawyer, will speak about The Role of the Courts in Immigration.  Learn how the courts and federal court decisions have affected the trajectory of this important issue and how tax and economic policy affect immigration policy. Read an interesting article on the subject of Immigration and America.

 

Jacqueline Delgado, Immigration Lawyer

Jacqueline Delgado, Immigration Lawyer

Tuesday, June 13, 6-8 pm

Palm Beach Post Auditorium

2751 South Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach

(SW corner Belvedere Road and US 1)

No charge for this event, but registration is requested.

Register here.


Look for Upcoming Events in the Why Courts Matter series:

The Impact Federal Court Decisions have on Daily Lives
Nancy Abudu, Director of Legal Operations, ACLU of Florida
Wednesday, September 20, 11am-1pm
Atlantis Country Club
190 Atlantis Blvd.
$25 before September 10
$35 after September 10

You Be the Judge: Reproductive Rights
Dr. Linda Geller-Schwartz, Florida Advocacy Chair for the National Council of Jewish Women
and Marci Ball Elordi, J.D.

Tuesday, October 7, 6-8 pm
Delray City Library
100 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Includes light supper, $10