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  1. Immigration Clearance Session
    International students are permitted to enter the U.S. 30 days prior to the start date on the Form I-20. The session lasts about 90 minutes.
  2. Campus-wide Community Immigration Town Hall Meeting
    Provost and Vice Chancellor Winston Langley invites all members of the university-wide community to this event. Richard Iandoli, an immigration attorney with Iandoli Desai Cronin P.C., will lead us.
  3. On Sanctuary and Fugitivity: Considerations for Immigration Politics
    Spring 2017 Human Rights Keynote Lecure with Karma Chavez
  4. Chioma Nnaji: Health Equity for African Immigrants
    Chioma Nnaji makes sure that immigrants have a voice in implementing policies that affect them.
  5. Immigration and Political Discourse Panel - Colloquium
    Part of the Conflict Resolution Colloquium Series- A panel of experts, practitioners, and immigrants will discuss strategies for dealing with immigrant- related conflict
  6. Public Policy PhD Student Accepts Immigrant Integration Award on Behalf of Boston Nonprofit
    Board member Ronald Marlow accepts E Pluribus Unum award for Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Association.
  7. UMass Boston Prof: Stereotype of “Criminal Immigrant” Doesn’t Hold Up
    Sociology professor Bianca Bersani says first-generation immigrants offend less often than average, and their children commit crimes at the same rate as peers
  8. UMass Boston Professor to Speak on Growing Political Influence of Immigrants
    Sociology Professor Luis Jiménez Will Speak at 12:30 in the Healey Library
  9. UMass Boston Minute: Shauna Lo and Chinese Laundries in Massachusetts
    In the latest UMass Boston Minute, we hear from the assistant director of the Institute for Asian American Studies, Shauna Lo.
  10. Jeff Biggers, author of “State out of the Union”
    Come Discuss the In-Depth Study of the so-called "Immigration Crisis" in Arizona with acclaimed journalist and commentator, Jeff Biggers
  11. Immigration Clearance Sessions
    International students are permitted to enter the U.S. 30 days prior to the start date on the Form I-20. There are two sessions today. The sessions start at 11 and 1:30 and last about 90 minutes.
  12. Immigration Clearance Sessions
    International students are permitted to enter the U.S. 30 days prior to the start date on the Form I-20. There are two sessions today. The sessions start at 10 and noon and last about 90 minutes.