Immigration Enforcement

Illegal Immigration Local Governments Workshop

Should illegal immigrants receive local services? How can local governments respond to what has become another unfunded federal mandate? What can local law enforcement officers do about illegal immigration?

Please join us on September 19 for a special luncheon workshop featuring John Stirrup and Michael Hethmon, two of the country’s leading authorities on local immigration issues.

John Stirrup, Prince William County Supervisor
Supervisor Stirrup has emerged as a leader in local immigration enforcement and reform by leading the fight to curb illegal immigration in Prince William County, Virginia. Supervisor Stirrup will discuss strategies for limiting county services to illegal aliens and the positive fiscal impact these policies have had in his community.

Michael M. Hethmon, General Counsel, Immigration Reform Law Institute
As one of the country’s foremost legal experts on immigration, Michael Hethmon specializes in providing technical advice on immigration law to federal and local officials. Mr. Hethmon will be available to meet individually with local officials and activists interested in drafting legally effective and constitutionally valid proposals aimed at curbing illegal immigration in their communities.

September 19, 2008, from 11:30-2:00 p.m. at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel in RTP/Durham
Lunch will be provided for $10. The workshop is free.
Register online at our registration page or mail or fax in the online registration form.
Please RSVP by September 5, 2008

Cosponsored by NC LISTEN
(www.nclisten.com)

If you have any further questions, please contact Dr. Jameson Taylor at jameson.taylor@nccivitas.org or by calling 919-834-2099.

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September 2, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Great. We can’t wait to share all of the lessons that we have learned here in PWC.

    Comment by PWC Resident | September 8, 2008


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