The United States has had a contentious relationship with immigration almost from the beginning despite our being a nation of immigrants. And immigration is a theme in this year’s election, polls tell us it is the second most important issue to voters behind dissatisfaction with government. As the face of America changes, we look at immigration politics and what could change – or not – after November.
Queens University of Charlotte is hosting "Immigration Policy and Politics: Understanding the Implications of the 2016 Elections for Immigration Reform" Thursday, April 21, 5:30-7:00 p.m. at Duke Energy Auditorium, Rogers Hall on the Queens campus. Details here.
Kathy Brennan – Immigration Attorney at International House which helps immigrants with their legal needs including citizenship
Dr. Margaret Commins – Associate Professor of Political Science and International Studies and Director of the International Studies Program at Queens University of Charlotte
Dr. Gregory Weeks – Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, UNC Charlotte